“Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.” Psalm 100:2
White’s Chapel is hosting a Night of Worship May 24 at 7 p.m.
We would love for you to join with us as a community of believers for this time of worship, prayer and more. This is an opportunity outside of our typical weekend services to experience a deeper level of worship with the Lord.
“This is an exciting opportunity for families to come together and to have a powerful night experiencing the presence of God, surrounded by worship songs we know and love,” said Senior Pastor Todd Renner. The purpose of worship is to glorify, honor, and praise God – but it can become much more than that. John Wesley was a great believer in how crucial worship can be to the Christian life and journey. Through the means of grace, Wesley understood “the public worship of God,” as well as communion, family and private prayer and more, is important to create spiritual growth.
“This event looks to promote a culture of worship here in the church. Worship is a special calling for believers as they journey through life,” said Micah Blalock, Praise and Worship Director. The worship band looks to sing both songs cherished by all such as, Holy Spirit, What A Beautiful Name, and more, Blalock said they also plan to perform new worship songs to be heard for the first time!
“While we’re still in the process of putting together the worship agenda, we know that this has always become an event that we can look back upon and see how God moved, and reminisce in the presence and power He had over those nights,” Blalock said.
The Night of Worship plans to not just include worship led by some of White’s Chapel’s favorites, but also time for prayer, and special messages about the impact of worship from some of our leaders. “For the past two years, we’ve really wanted to be able to create another night dedicated to worship and finally everything has aligned to make this happen! We’re all really looking forward to it,” exclaimed Renner. This event looks to give the congregation an opportunity to set aside time to be in God’s presence, not only to worship, but also have their faith renewed.