Worship Ministries

Our worship ministries exist to joyfully lead the church in exalting Jesus.

At Hope, it is our passionate desire to glorify God above all else through our worship. To that end, we spend a great deal of time praying and seeking the Lord over each worship set to ensure that we are following the Spirit’s lead, grounding ourselves in truth, and singing with all of our hearts. We are not overly concerned with whether a song is popular, what time period the song was written in, the name of the author who wrote the lyrics, or theological camp that produced it.

Therefore, the worship songs we sing are chosen according to the following three principles:

Our worship ministries exist to joyfully lead the church in exalting Jesus.

At Hope, it is our passionate desire to glorify God above all else through our worship. To that end, we spend a great deal of time praying and seeking the Lord over each worship set to ensure that we are following the Spirit’s lead, grounding ourselves in truth, and singing with all of our hearts. We are not overly concerned with whether a song is popular, what time period the song was written in, the name of the author who wrote the lyrics, or theological camp that produced it.

Therefore, the worship songs we sing are chosen according to the following three principles:

Our worship ministries exist to joyfully lead the church in exalting Jesus.

At Hope, it is our passionate desire to glorify God above all else through our worship. To that end, we spend a great deal of time praying and seeking the Lord over each worship set to ensure that we are following the Spirit’s lead, grounding ourselves in truth, and singing with all of our hearts. We are not overly concerned with whether a song is popular, what time period the song was written in, the name of the author who wrote the lyrics, or theological camp that produced it.

Therefore, the worship songs we sing are chosen according to the following three principles:

Our worship ministries exist to joyfully lead the church in exalting Jesus.

At Hope, it is our passionate desire to glorify God above all else through our worship. To that end, we spend a great deal of time praying and seeking the Lord over each worship set to ensure that we are following the Spirit’s lead, grounding ourselves in truth, and singing with all of our hearts. We are not overly concerned with whether a song is popular, what time period the song was written in, the name of the author who wrote the lyrics, or theological camp that produced it.

Therefore, the worship songs we sing are chosen according to the following three principles:

Our worship ministries exist to joyfully lead the church in exalting Jesus.

At Hope, it is our passionate desire to glorify God above all else through our worship. To that end, we spend a great deal of time praying and seeking the Lord over each worship set to ensure that we are following the Spirit’s lead, grounding ourselves in truth, and singing with all of our hearts. We are not overly concerned with whether a song is popular, what time period the song was written in, the name of the author who wrote the lyrics, or theological camp that produced it.

Therefore, the worship songs we sing are chosen according to the following three principles:

Our worship ministries exist to joyfully lead the church in exalting Jesus.

At Hope, it is our passionate desire to glorify God above all else through our worship. To that end, we spend a great deal of time praying and seeking the Lord over each worship set to ensure that we are following the Spirit’s lead, grounding ourselves in truth, and singing with all of our hearts. We are not overly concerned with whether a song is popular, what time period the song was written in, the name of the author who wrote the lyrics, or theological camp that produced it.

Therefore, the worship songs we sing are chosen according to the following three principles:

Biblically Faithful

Is the song doctrinally sound and biblically accurate? Does it truthfully reflect God's character? Are the lyrics free from unintended overtones, miscommunications, or confusing phrases? Would Jesus be pleased to hear this song sung to Him?

Congregationally Helpful

Can our people sing this song with passion and understanding? Is it meaningful, memorable, beautiful, and stylistically compatible with the other songs we’re singing? Can a group of Christ followers sing this song well together?

Emotionally Authentic

Does the song encourage a proper biblical response to God? Does the music reinforce the message of the lyric and help us worship in spirit? Does this song draw our hearts to genuinely and truthfully lift high the name of Jesus?

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What We are Singing

What We are Singing

What We are Singing

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For questions about this ministry, please contact:
Alec Yearwood
Worship Pastor