Whats Contemporary Worship all about?
Our intention is to worship Jesus – express our love for Him honestly – in the same meaningful, contemporary way we would express other delights in our lives. We’re contemporary people, therefore our praises are likely to be contemporary, too. That’s happening spontaneously all over this planet right now; our experience here is a tiny microcosm of something very exciting. We keep in touch with scores of ministries doing the same thing (from all denominations) and exchange ideas. Contemporary worship will make sense to many as the praise and adoration that flows naturally from people raised on radio. (Have you recognized that people now nearing retirement age grew up listening to the Beatles?) I’d like to think that if King David had been born in our time, he’d be at the forefront of this movement. We certainly didn’t invent Contemporary Worship; if you’ve listened to Vineyard or Hosanna Projects in the last 20 years or so, most of what we do will sound pretty familiar. We also borrow a