Have you ever considered how Mark 12:30 is directly related to our worship to God? Jesus was asked what the greatest commandment was. In response, he said, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength." Jesus’ response was one that calls us to a true worship experience and an encounter with God by responding to Him willfully (heart), emotionally (soul), intellectually (mind), and physically (strength).
We were made to worship. A recent Chris Tomlin song declares that "you and I were made to worship, you and I were called to love…" We are so blessed at Memorial Baptist to have the opportunity to worship and express our love to God together each and every week. We express our worship to Him in many ways including the sacrifices of praise through songs, hymns, drama, scripture, spoken word, and prayer - and each of these elements is vital to help us experience authentic worship.
There are many ways that you can express your worship to God at Memorial Baptist. Our choir, praise team, and orchestra are meeting regularly and we encourage you to prayerfully consider joining us. If you would like more information, please feel free to get in touch with Len Lovel who is the associate pastor over our music ministry.