Our Sunday Morning Worship Services are more than singing and a sermon. They are the one time each week we set aside to gather as a multi-generational community to connect with God and one another, proclaim our faith in Him, give our best, and receive Biblical teaching. Worship is not a performance by others, intended to hold our attention. It is our active proclamation of God’s truth and genuine response to Him.
Our songs reflect a historical continuity and fresh variety appropriate for our multi-generational makeup. We highlight newer hymns, songs, and arrangements in order to create common-ground experiences with those who have recently begun worshiping with us. We aim to foster wide participation in singing that accurately expresses Biblical truth. We hope that you’ll listen to the songs that we sing as a Church Family on Sunday morning. The lists are divided into Traditional Hymns (some of which we sing in a contemporary manner) and Praise Songs (some of which are re-arranged for our church family).
Worship Arts Ministry Teams
Equipping God’s People to Serve
All those who regularly worship at South Hills are invited to sing in the Worship Choir. Our aim is to lead the congregation (the most important choir) to respond to the glory of God. We welcome anyone, age 15 and up to rehearse with us at 7:30 pm on Wednesdays in room 100. During this time, we prepare new congregational worship songs and choir anthems to be sung on Sunday mornings. Music reading ability is helpful, but certainly not required. There is no audition, and you may show up and join at any time!
Please contact Aaron for more information or to express your interest
in serving as a part of any of the following Worship-Arts Ministry Teams…
The purpose of the South Hills Worship Band is to enhance and unify the singing of God's people, in a supporting role, as they lift their voices to God in worship and proclaim His character and the gospel message. We help lead worship every Sunday morning, rehearsing on Wednesday evenings at 8:30 pm and Sunday mornings at 8:00 am. Auditions are required. Band musicians are scheduled in a rotation.
Our Audio-Visual Team serves to amplify and enhance the work of the worship ministers who serve from the platform. Our goal is for every person present to hear, see, and understand what is being communicated, so that they may genuinely respond in a way that honors God and impacts the Kingdom. Our computer-slide and sound production teams serve in a rotation. We are constantly seeking and training volunteers and currently need more workers to assist in The Loft (Student Ministry Worship Space).
For information about SHINE and other children’s ministries that involve music and arts, please visit the Children’s Ministry Page.