"Come, let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the Lord our Maker." Psalm 95:6
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Worship is integral to who we are as a church, as it is our heart response to an encounter with God. Worshipping God is the reason for which we were created, and as a church we want to continually declare His worth and glory, and eagerly pursue His manifest presence in our lives. Whilst our worship is ultimately for God, and not us, we find in worship we are transformed from the inside out, as worship unlocks the door to intimacy with God, and His love, mercy and grace for us.
CCL Worship is a collective of worship leaders, musicians and songwriters from across our services who seek to lead and write songs that will point people to Jesus, put into words what we are learning about God, and bless our church and our city (and beyond).
Below you will find some of the worship songs we’ve produced as a church, and chord charts to help you play them. You could use these at home in your own worship times, or in your Connect Group. We hope these songs will help you to grow in worship and relationship with God.
Delve deeper into worship with the help of these talks.
The Hebrew Scriptures contain many words for worship, which involve our voices, arms, hands, and knees. In this talk, David looks at Psalm 95 and considers how we are to use our body in worship.
Jesus said that God was looking for people who would worship Him ‘in Spirit and truth.’ In the final talk of our series, Andy considers what it means to worship God in Spirit.
The Bible teaches that we were made to worship, and we find fullness of life when we give ourselves to our Creator. In the first talk of our new series, Jo Wells looks at Psalm 84 and considers what it means to worship with all of our hearts.
We are always looking for new people to join our Worship team. If you are a gifted musician, singer or have skills in production and media, and are part of Christ Church London, we would love to hear from you.