What should a Christian worship service look like?
Should there be music and a sermon?
Communion and offering?
Moments of silence and times of group discussion?
Prayer and confession?
Yes and More!
Our Sunday services are meant to inspire you to worship the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The Creator and King of the universe. The God of the ancient desert monks and tomorrow's newborn child.
We do not approach this time flippantly. we are, after all, coming to sing, listen, confess, pray and commune ...with GOD.
God has created us to worship Him every day, every moment of our lives through our sacrificial, Kingdom-first lifestyle. However, He has also set aside special times for His people to come together and pour out their worship to Him – that week's victories and defeats, healings and scars – all poured together at the feet of Him Who loves us and has called us "out of darkness and into His wonderful light."
Though our ministry may find itself located within a particular Christian movement,
We are open to try anything within the practical bounds of the traditional Christian faith as expressed in the New Testament.
So, when you come to a Sunday service at the Campus House, be prepared to worship God in a variety of ways – from the most traditional set-up to more unconventional methods of devotion.
Our Sunday services are not limited to only what you find in every other Christian Church/Church of Christ.
We do not try things for innovation's sake, but we recognize that the global Church has been worshipping the same God in various ways for almost two millennia and that it would be foolish to refuse their collective experiences.
The point is that we are gathering together to offer our lives to the God Who is worthy... and to share that journey together.