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My Life Is An Offering

Our lives are not our own. We belong to Christ and we devote ourselves to His purposes.

This week we're learning a new song to express our devotion to Christ. Listen above and come ready to sing with us.


Verse 1
This life is an altar
Where I want to offer
My soul and my mind and strength
Cleansed by Your mercy to live a life worthy
Of the One who called my name

Jesus, be glorified
Jesus, be magnified
Let me be a pleasing sacrifice
Jesus, be glorified
Jesus, be magnified
Here at the altar
My life is an offering

Verse 2
How could I not love You?
You authored my rescue
Raised me up, from death to life
Your Spirit is in me, revealing Your glory
Oh, what joy as I give my life

I choose to lose my life, Lord
And find it in You

Sing Your Story

This Sunday we sing a new version of an old song. And Can It Be? sets the story of every Christian to a beautiful melody. It's nothing short of a miracle that we now adore a crucified Savior. We who were imprisoned in sin have been liberated by Jesus. We live forever to know and enjoy Him. All of this is His doing and it makes us glad to sing.


Verse 1
And can it be that I should gain
An int’rest in the Savior’s blood?
Died He for me, who caused His pain
For me, who Him to death pursued?
Amazing love, how can it be
That Thou my God shouldst die for me?

Amazing love, how can it be
That Thou my God shouldst die for me?

Verse 2
He left His Father’s throne above
So free, so infinite His grace
Emptied Himself of all but love
And bled for Adam’s helpless race
’Tis mercy all, immense and free
For O my God, it found out me!

Verse 3
Long my imprisoned spirit lay
Fast bound in sin and nature’s night
Thine eye diffused a quick’ning ray
I woke, the dungeon flamed with light
My chains fell off, my heart was free
I rose, went forth, and followed Thee

Verse 4
No condemnation now I dread
Jesus and all in Him, is mine
Alive in Him, my living Head
And clothed in righteousness divine
Bold I approach th’ eternal throne
And claim the crown, through Christ my own

New Song This Sunday

We are grateful to be part of a denomination that loves and writes good music. Sovereign Grace Music is a gift to our church.

This Sunday we sing a song from their newest album. Come ready to join in.


O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer
Greatest treasure of my longing soul
My God, like You there is no other
True delight is found in You alone
Your grace, a well too deep to fathom
Your love exceeds the heavens’ reach
Your truth, a fount of perfect wisdom
My highest good and my unending need

O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer
Strong defender of my weary heart
My sword to fight the cruel deceiver
And my shield against his hateful darts
My song when enemies surround me
My hope when tides of sorrow rise
My joy when trials are abounding
Your faithfulness, my refuge in the night

O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer
Gracious Savior of my ruined life
My guilt and cross laid on Your shoulders
In my place You suffered bled and died
You rose, the grave and death are conquered
You broke my bonds of sin and shame
O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer
May all my days bring glory to Your Name

Taking Jesus Up On His Offer

The Kindest Command

"Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." Jesus' offer still stands. If we will cast our burdens on Him, He will give us the rest we need.

This Sunday, we sing a new song to lead us in doing just that. Listen and come ready to sing with us and ask for Jesus' help.


When troubles come, when darkness crowds
When fortunes fail and loss surrounds
My soul is weak, but Christ is strong
And so to Him I leave it all
For He Who holds all things
Can bear each care I bring

So, I lay it all on Jesus
Steadfast is the love of Jesus
He hears my cry, He’s faithful
I lay it all on Jesus

When questions rise, when faith wears thin
When fears come fast, and truth grows dim
The One Who saved will not forsake
I’ll trust His word and trust His way
For He Who bore my blame
Can bear each care I name

I am weak; You are strong
Jesus, come and take it all
All my cares I cast on You

I lay it all, I lay it all on Jesus

We Sing The Unsearchable Riches Of God's Grace

Music is an important and beautiful way that God plants His truth deep in our minds and hearts. That's why we love singing and why we pay special attention to what we sing.

We want to love God and teach ourselves truth through the songs we sing.

As we introduce a new song this week, may the unsearchable riches of God's grace, shown to us in Jesus Christ, thrill our hearts.

Listen to the song and come ready to join us in singing it on Sunday.


Verse 1
In tenderness He sought me
Weary and sick with sin
And on His shoulders brought me
Back to His fold again
While angels in His presence sang
Until the courts of heaven rang

O - o - oh the love that sought me!
O - o - oh the blood that bought me!
Oh the grace that brought me to the fold of God
Grace that brought me to the fold of God

Verse 2
He died for me while I was sinning
Needy and poor and blind
He whispered to assure me:
"I've found thee, thou art Mine"
I never heard a sweeter voice
It made my aching heart rejoice

Verse 3
Upon His grace I'll daily ponder
And sing anew His praise
With all adoring wonder
His blessings I'll retrace
It seems as if eternal days
Are far too short to sing His praise

Singing A Psalm

This Sunday, we introduce a new song for our congregation: Psalm 62. Listen above so that you are ready to sing along!


Verse 1
My soul finds rest in God alone
My rock and my salvation
A fortress strong against my foes
And I will not be shaken
Though lips may bless and hearts may curse
And lies like arrows pierce me
I'll fix my heart on righteousness
I'll look to Him who hears me

O praise Him, "Hallelujah!"
My Delight and my Reward
Everlasting, never failing
My Redeemer, my God

Verse 2
Find rest my soul in God alone
Amid the world's temptations
When evil seeks to take a hold
I'll cling to my salvation
Though riches come and riches go
Don't set your heart upon them
The fields of hope in which I sow
Are harvested in heaven

Verse 3
I'll set my gaze on God alone
And trust in Him completely
With ev'ry day pour out my soul
And He will prove His mercy
Though life is but a fleeting breath
A sigh too deep to measure
My King has crushed the curse of death
And I am His forever

O praise Him, O praise Him
Hallelujah, hallelujah
O praise Him, O praise Him
Hallelujah, hallelujah
O praise Him, O praise Him
Hallelujah, hallelujah

We Sing of a Brighter Tomorrow

You are not yet home.

Christians are exiles, pilgrims. This world, in its current state, is not our home. We long for the new heavens and new earth God has promised.

This Sunday we sing a new song to help remind us of that promise. Listen above and check out the lyrics below.


On Jordan's stormy banks I stand
And cast a wishful eye
To Canaan's fair and happy land
Where my possessions lie

All o'er those wide extended plains
Shines one eternal day
There God the Son forever reigns
And scatters night away

I am bound (I am bound) 
I am bound (I am bound) 
I am bound for the promised land
I am bound (I am bound) 
I am bound (I am bound) 
I am bound for the promised land

No chilling winds nor poisonous breath
Can reach that healthful shore
Sickness, sorrow, pain and death
Are felt and feared no more

When shall I reach that happy place
And be forever blessed?
When shall I see my Father's face
And in His bosom rest?

We Sing What We Love

We sing about Jesus because we love Him.

We sing about Jesus because we need Him.

This Sunday join us in singing a new song that connects our great need to our even greater Savior. Listen above or use our Spotify playlist so that you're ready to sing with us.

Verse 1

Mine are days that God has numbered
I was made to walk with Him
Yet I look for worldly treasure
And forsake the King of kings
But mine is hope in my Redeemer
Though I fall, His love is sure
For Christ has paid for every failing
I am His forevermore

Verse 2
Mine are tears in times of sorrow
Darkness not yet understood
Through the valley I must travel
Where I see no earthly good
But mine is peace that flows from heaven
And the strength in times of need
I know my pain will not be wasted
Christ completes His work in me

Verse 3
Mine are days here as a stranger
Pilgrim on a narrow way
One with Christ I will encounter
Harm and hatred for his name
But mine is armor for this battle
Strong enough to last the war
And He has said He will deliver
Safely to the golden shore

And mine are keys to Zion city
Where beside the King I walk
For there my heart has found its treasure
Christ is mine forevermore

Come rejoice now, O my soul
For his love is my reward
Fear is gone and hope is sure
Christ is mine forevermore!