Our Way of Worship

We believe that the church is a gathering of saints in fellowship with one another and with our heavenly Father. Our services are therefore full of celebration and jubilation. Everyone is free to express his joy, his God given gifts and calling, and his communication with the Lord in any manner that gives him maximum fulfillment within biblical context and for the glory and honor of God.

Our worship is a natural outflow of our relationship with God and not just a ritualistic act. We love and get excited about God. The Lord is present when we worship and praise Him and that makes it very personal to an individual worshiper.

The following are some of the biblical foundation of our worship:

Singing: Colossians 3:16; Psalm 96:1

Clapping: Psalms 47:1

Lifting Hands: Psalm 134:2; Psalms63:4; 1 Timothy 2:8

Dancing: Psalm 149:3; Psalm 150:4; 2 Samuel 6; Luke 15:25

Praising: Psalm 147:1; Psalm 148; 149, 150

Shouting: Psalm 47:1; Psalm 71: 23; Psalm 66:1; Psalm 95:1; Psalm 98:4

Thanksgiving: Psalm 100:4; Psalm 105:1; 106:1; Psalm 107:1

Lifting up flags and banners: Psalm 20:5

Rejoicing: Philippians 4:4; Psalm 32:11; Psalm 97:12

Singing a new song: (in Spirit) Psalm 1Corinthians 14:15

Gifts of the Spirit: 1Corinthian 12:14

Kneeling: Psalm95:6; Luke 22:41

Using musical instruments: Psalm149:3

Standing up: Ecclesiastes 5:7

Bowing (falling) down: Revelation 4:10

NB: This list is not exhaustive