Why Do We Sing Songs As A Church?

Every week when we gather on Sunday mornings we sing songs of worship as a church. We understand singing as a gift that God has given us as a way of expressing our deepest and purest affections for God Himself. As a church, we see that singing glorifies God by expressing the unity we enjoy in The Gospel. Singing songs about what God has done for us helps us to be focused on Him as we gather each week. 

What Kinds Of Songs?

We sing songs that are rich in theology and connected closely to scripture. Sometimes that means our songs can be a little wordy, but our hope is that we are singing songs as a church that speak to who God is and how He has given us life in the Gospel. We understand the Bible to be God's word, holy and inspired. For this reason, we want to the words of our lips to be closely connected to the words of scripture. We want God's word to inform and shape how we know God and how we should respond to Him. We sing a mix of original songs, old hymns, and contemporary songs as a way of trying to serve the vast group of people that make up Fellowship Denver Church. 

Why Bands?

We know that as a ministry there are a million different ways to lead a church in singing songs and worshipping God. As artists, we also identify with the chemistry and beauty that is found when small teams of bands work together to create something. Here at Fellowship Denver most of our musicians have had great experiences at one point or another playing in a band as a way of creating music. We think one of the best ways we can create art for the church is by placing like-minded musicians in bands together where interests overlap so creativity can flourish. Each band at Fellowship Denver Church is encouraged to write, record, and share original worship music for the church. Visit our Bandcamp site to hear all of our music. 



Interested in serving with us in one of our bands?

Email us and let us know. We're always looking to add great people to our teams. Email Adam Anglin for more information.