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Worship is not simply singing a few songs before the preaching. It is an act of bowing down our hearts in humility and gratefulness before the God of the universe. Many believe that praising God in song is the most important aspect of any church service. It places God in His rightful place as The Supreme One and worthy of all honor.
Worship is praising God for all that He is and ever will be. He is the sustainer of life, the very breath in our lungs, and the fulfiller of all hope. When we lift our voices to Him, in one accord, something marvelous takes shape. God's creation actually blesses Him. Of course, worship does not end when we leave the sanctuary. Worship continues in our lives as we offer up every aspect of who we are to God; our thoughts, our speech, our actions all can be acts of worship if done to glorify Him. This is worshiping God in truth in Spirit.
At New Heights we have a cross blend of a contemporary and traditional worship service. Some days the emphasis is on hymns, while on others we sing songs by contemporary artists as well as our own original worship offerings.We enjoy a multi-generational congregation, so the music reflects the different passions and tastes of those who attend. We endeavor to be led by the Holy Spirit in all our services, both in the praise and teaching times.
WORSHIP VIDEOS to help you and your family worship at home!
Did You Feel The Mountains Tremble
Just the title of this songs lends to its power and storytelling. An upbeat celebration of the Risen Christ!!!
Sing along and REJOICE!! HE IS RISEN INDEED!!
“Forever He is glorified, HE IS ALIVE” is a line in this song.
Jesus is alive FOR us, and Jesus is alive IN us!
“Hope” is not wishful thinking, “Hope” is ALIVE, and it is alive because Jesus
Christ has paid the ultimate price for our salvation!!
Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
This hymn was written by Charles Wesley in 1739! For nearly 300 years this hymn has been sung at Easter by many denominations around the world. May the Lord let it be sung for 300 more!
This song has not been shared in our church. Actually, it’s not really a worship song, but a song describing the morning that Jesus rose from the dead. It was written in 1980, and the neat part is it was written from the Apostle Peter’s point of view. You can almost sense the changes in Peter’s mood/tension/anxiety throughout the song.
That’s My King
Some of you may have heard this before, we shared it in our church 10-15 years ago. It’s not a song, but a passage from a sermon delivered by a preacher who preached at Calvary Baptist Church. The oratory is powerful. The pastor consistently asks at times during the passage, “Do you know Him”? Yes, we REALLY NEED to know JESUS!!!