Glorifying God, equipping believers and reaching others for Christ

Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Psalm 150:6

Worship is a Response

God is the initiator of all worship. He reveals Himself through His word, creation, the person of Jesus Christ, and the working of the Holy Spirit. And one of the primary functions of the church is to equip God’s people to respond to Him rightly in worship. That is what worship is — a response to God’s revelation of Himself. The worship ministry at Springbrook exists to engage God’s people in responding to Him through corporate worship.

Use Your Gifts

If you feel the Lord prompting you to serve in our worship ministry, we would love to talk to you about joining the team! We have one worship team with two branches: worship music and worship production. Worship team service roles include:

  • Vocalist
  • Instrumentalist (acoustic/electric guitar, bass, drums, keys, or other)
  • Audio
  • Lighting
  • Multimedia
  • Camera and Livestreaming
  • Stagehand
  • Stage design

All musicians must complete an audition and one-on-one with our worship director, and all production roles involve a period of shadowing and training before starting to serve. Whether you are a gifted singer, computer-savvy, or just have the gift of service, we have a place for you on the team! You can sign up for a First Serve (an opportunity to try out a service role for the first time) at Springbrook.org/serve. After signing up, you will be contacted by one of our team leaders to help you with your next steps for finding a service role that works for you and allows you to utilize your gifts.

Resources

Springbrook Worship Spotify Playlist
Sing the songs we sing at church all week long!

3 Minute Theology: What is Worship?

If you have additional questions and would like to learn more, please contact Bethany Timmons. 

bethanytimmons@springbrook.org

Bethany’s Book Recommendations:

  • Worship Matters by Bob Kauflin
  • Prophetic Lament by Soong-Chan Rah
  • The Dangerous Act of Worship by Mark Labberton
  • Rhythms of Grace by Mike Cosper