worship arts

"But the hour is coming, and is now here, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for the Fathers is seeking such people to worship Him."

John 4:23

We love to worship at Grace! Coming together in worship as a church is one of the best opportunities we have here on our journey of faith! When it comes to worship and how we choose what songs to sing… we hold to the truth found in the Bible. We also look for songs that speak to where we are as a church and what God is teaching us today. That means you can count on us to be singing songs that are scripturally sound and also relevant to our current walk. Stylistically, we are more on the contemporary side… but we usually include a hymn or two in our worship sets. We would love it if you’d join us for worship this week! We will save you a seat!

If you are interested in getting involved with Worship Arts at Grace, feel free to reach out through the form below. We are always looking for more people for anything from being a part of our Praise Team… to singing in our seasonal Praise Choir… to assisting with our Technical Team. We also have the occasional opportunity for those interested in being part of the Drama Team. We’d love to get to know you and see where you fit best.

Come Join Our Team

Weekly Rehearsal Information

Worship Plans are sent out two weeks ahead of time to allow for personal time of reflection and practice.
Anyone is welcome to sit in on all rehearsals.
Rehearsals - Tuesday Evenings @ 6:00pm
Sound Check - Sunday Mornings @ 8:30am

Contact Pastor Travis for More Information

Pastor Travis would be glad to schedule a meeting to discuss any questions you may have.
Phone: 660-473-3840
Email: travis.lurten@gbcjoplin.org

Worship is so much more than music

It is the condition of a heart completely surrendered to the Lord. No matter if there is song or silence... words or instruments... a friend or a crowd... worship will always be a heart matter and be between the Lord and the worshipper.

“Worship is a relinquishing of control. The essence of worship is to admit that we are not God and never really wanted to be in the first place, though we may have acted like it for a while… in this place we forget all about ourselves … in worshiping Him we are acknowledging where He belongs, and where we belong in relationship to Him.”
(John Fischer, 12 Steps for the Recovering Pharisee)

Tell Us About Yourself

We look forward to getting to know you and getting you plugged into the Team