worship @ 9:00 & 10:45 am
Worship is a lifelong, daily encounter with Jesus because we are His followers and we love Him. This unique relationship transforms us from being lovers of ourselves to being lovers of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
It is an extraordinary experience when we gather together as a vibrant, loving community to weekly worship Jesus. Our over-arching goal is to ignite a passion for the supremacy of Jesus Christ together as we teach the Bible, sing our songs, pray our prayers and steward our gifts. We invite you to join us to worship and serve Jesus Christ.
The band provides musical leadership to the congregation in the worship service. The players serve on a scheduled rotation basis and rehearse on Thursday nights with the vocalists.
The singers provide vocal leadership to the congregation in the worship service. The singers serve on a scheduled rotation basis and rehearse on Thursday nights with the band.
We have a horn section that plays with the band during the worship segments about once a month during the school year.
The Worship Dance Season for 3rd-12th graders runs September - May for those in 3rd-12th grades. Register today for the 2017-2018 dance season. >>Link to Registration. Regular practices take place on Thursday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm (6:00-8:00 pm for the advanced classes) and will be held in the Adult Wing – 300’s.
Preparing the elements of communion for a worshiping congregation can be a rewarding ministry. We have a team of people who prayerfully prepare the elements of bread and juice for the services on the Sundays we celebrate the Lord’s Supper. This team serves about eight-ten times per year. This is not a difficult task but is a vital part of helping prepare this sacrament in the service.
We are committed to providing a welcoming environment to worshipers and helpful guidance for those new to Midland Free. Our ushers are friendly men, women, and youth who welcome people into the worship area, distribute important weekly information, assist people in finding a seat and provide assistance to those in the worship area that may need attention.
There are several areas that make up Technical Arts. All positions are on a scheduled rotation. FOH, stage, lights, cameras and producers scheduled to serve on a Sunday will rehearse on Thursday with the musicians.
Preparation of the elements, juice and bread, for Communion approximately nine times per year.
Prepares and performs dramatic scenes, vignettes and readings for Midland Free worship services and other church-related events. Rehearsals held on an “as needed” basis. Other related areas of service are writing scripts and creating costumes and sets.
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