Worship at LifePoint
Worship at LifePoint seeks to be God-honoring and excellent. But how that happens is different in our two different services.
Our classic worship service emphasizes more traditional music and styles. Some of the best of the hymns and songs from the past are included in each service. But the worship is not formulaic or rote. There is great variety of expression. Reverence and awe are hallmarks of this service.
The contemporary worship service seeks to honor God through more contemporary music and expressions. The band seeks to lead people into an encounter with God. In light of our heritage, there might be contemporary renditions of older songs as part of the worship, together with the latest songs. Intimacy with God is a hallmark of this service.
Both services are intergenerational and God-honoring. The same sermon is presented in each service.
LifePoint Adult Choir
The LifePoint Adult Choir practices Wednesday evenings from 6:15 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. September through May. The choir sings Sunday mornings during the worship service and also presents a number of concerts each year. This is an exciting group which allows people to use their musical gifts. Every Wednesday evening is an uplifting spiritual experience as we rehearse songs of praise, adoration and testimony.
We feel the Sundays of Christmas and Easter especially call for lavish expressions of musical praise,so our worship is led by an orchestra of brass, strings, and percussion instruments as well as the piano and organ. Smaller ensembles of orchestral instruments are also used periodically throughout the year for worship services.
An important part of each worship service is the worship team of vocalists and musicians – utilizing contemporary or traditional instruments – that leads our congregation in praise and adoration.
Hand Bell Choir
LifePoint’s handbell choir performs on special occasions throughout the year.
The contemporary band plays in every contemporary service (and combined services) and seeks to exalt God through leading the congregation in the latest music. New musicians are always welcome — if you want to be a part of leading contemporary worship, contact Ebony Ramquist, Director of Worship and Music, at firstname.lastname@example.org.