When the music starts you might notice it’s a little different than the “church” you’re used to or may have seen on TV. There are theatre lights, big speakers, crankin’ amps, and even drums. Why do we have all this stuff? All the “stuff” on stage is there in an attempt to help us engage in singing, clapping, and generally “rocking out” to Jesus. The songs are culturally relevant and usually easy to catch on to.
However, worship is more than just singing, clapping, or rocking out. Everything we do involves worship. The word may be “churchy”, but the action is not. If you spend time, money, emotion, and effort on something, you are worshipping! We purposely try to direct our worship to our King daily in the way we live.
Whom we sing to never changes, but certainly the way we sing is fair game at Revolution. So why do we sing? In the book of Psalms we are told to sing to the Lord or asked to join in singing 70 times! At Revolution, we deem worship to be such an important tool in your journey that we set aside time every week to worship together through community, teaching, and music. Don’t be alarmed when the music starts, and remember we are singing to OUR King!