Music In Worship



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Probably the most important aspect of David’s tabernacle was a new focus on praise and worship. The singing and instrumental music went on day and night, “continually before The LORD”. Singers were appointed specifically as well as musicians who played drums, cymbals, trumpets, harps and instruments of all kinds. With cymbals and trumpets, it’s clear that the worship was largely not quiet and contemplative. This kind of worship and praise represents a key component of any pattern for the establishment of The House of Prayer in our day.

Our worship teams provide an atmosphere that is intended to facilitate worship visually, musically and spiritually. This is accomplished through song and the use of various kinds of instruments; from drums to guitars, from keyboards to ethnic percussion instruments. The psalmist encourages us to "Let everything that has breath praise the Lord!"


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