Music Ministry 


Webster’s Dictionary defines worship as “to regard with great or extravagant respect, honor, or devotion”; and while this is indeed a great place to start, as Christians our worship is to be so much more. The act of worship is an outward expression of our inmost thoughts and emotions to our Creator, by bringing honor, glory, and praise to Him and in return, drawing closer to Him. Our purpose for being created is to worship. God doesn’t need us to worship Him, but He still commands it. 1 Chronicles 16:29 calls us to “Ascribe to the Lord the glory due His name; bring an offering and come before Him! Worship the Lord in the splendor of holiness”. We were made in the image of God, above all other creatures so that we may have a relationship with Him. No other creatures are able to think and display emotions as humans can. Whether the worship is personal or in a corporate setting, God desires our worship and we were created to worship Him.


Sunday Morning Worship

Contemporary- 8:30 am
This service utilizes a full contemporary band, guitars, drums, bass, piano, and vocalists. The music in this service is newly written contemporary worship songs, along with a sprinkling of traditional hymns. If you are interested in being a part of the praise band, email Cameron Roucloux at
Traditional- 11 am
This services uses a classic hymn style of music. We sing songs out of the United Methodist Hymnal and The Faith We Sing songbook. You will find piano preludes and postludes, as well as frequent offertories and occasional special music selections. If you are interested in singing or performing some kind of special music, please email Cameron Roucloux at
Mid-Week Rehearsal
The Worship Band rehearses on either Wednesdays, or occasionally another night of the week. If you are interested in coming to a practice, or being a part of the Worship Band, email Cameron Roucloux