Well we happen to think we don’t “do it to ourselves.” In fact we think worship is more about the One we are worshiping than the people doing the worshipping. Yes it involves opening our mouths, yes it involves a heartfelt response and no, it doesn’t matter if you’re tone deaf.
Sometimes our songs are directed upward in response to the infinite love and greatness of God. On those days we sing at the top of our lungs to thank and praise Him for who He is and what He does. Other times the songs are more personal and reflective, giving us an opportunity to connect intimately with our Creator. This looks different for everybody but can involve confessing sin, inviting God to heal us or asking for wisdom and direction. We want our worship to be both grounded in real life and reaching outward to the eternal.
We also believe this is a great space for musicians and singers to express their gifts.