Sunday Singing

Sunday Singing

Serve the LORD with gladness: come before his presence with singing.  Psalm 200:2

I look forward to each Sunday service at the Wilton Baptist Church.  I enjoy our church services as we lift up the Lord in song and with the preaching of the Word.  In our 10:00 am service, we enjoy and benefit from encouraging, positive, and Christ-honoring music.

Serving the Lord with gladness includes good music!  Bible centered music will point the musician, singer, and the listener to the Lord.  This music will guide away from the world, a selfish rhythm of life, and help those involved with the music learn more of Jesus.

The special music selections are always fresh and exciting to me.  We are blessed to have several talented musicians that serve in this ministry.

The choir is always a blessing.  Their songs really set a tone as they start off each Sunday morning service.

The congregational singing is terrific!  Blending our voices together in songs and hymns that are rich in doctrine are a great way to worship and also a good method of committing Bible truth to heart. We still sing hymns along with new songs for our congregational singing.  

Go to church Sunday.  Lift your voice.  Participate. This Sunday’s singing can be the best you have ever heard.

 

 

 

Published by Pastor Steve

Steve enjoys reading the scriptures and action novels, spending time with his family, listening to music, drinking Dunkin' coffee and watching New York Yankees baseball and Memphis Grizzlies basketball. He and his wife Natalie have been married over 20 years and are blessed with three children. Together, Steve and Natalie are thankful for each opportunity the Lord has given, and they desire to “serve the Lord with gladness” while seeing people trust Jesus and grow in their relationship with the Lord. The Lord has blessed Steve with several educational experiences including a Bachelor of Bible at Pensacola Christian College, a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) from Mid-America Theological Seminary, a Master of Ministry (M.Min.), and a Ph.D. of Religion (in Counseling) from Bethany Divinity Seminary. He is also a Board-Certified Christian Counselor (BCPPC) and a SYMBIS facilitator. He is available for special conferences and training sessions.

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