Throughout the Bible, we are taught that worship involves a pattern of revelation and response. Out of His grace, God has revealed Himself to us by the gospel of Jesus Christ. And by faith, we see our need for the gospel and thus respond to Him and His holiness. This pattern of revelation and response is the basis of what forms us as Christians and as the church of God. At Calvary, we exist to equip people to serve God through this very pattern of worship.
Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. – Romans 12:1
We strive to be gospel-driven in all of our ministries, including music. Because music in general has such power and force to invoke people’s hearts, whether for good or bad, we are committed to playing gospel-centered music that forms the soul for God’s glory and for our good. We are also committed not to the performance or entertainment of people, but rather, to the majesty of God, the weight of our sin, and the incomprehensible forgiveness of Christ. So, whether we sing traditional hymns rich with theology or contemporary anthems that charge us to respond with zeal and passion, we desire to teach God’s story of redemption through the songs we sing.
We encourage you to listen to the songs that are sung at Calvary’s Sunday worship services during the week.
For Spotify, follow this link to access the playlist.
If you do not use Spotify, click here to access the playlist.
The worship team is a group of auditioned musicians who use their gifts and abilities to lead the church at weekend services through music. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out and submit the appropriate form below: