Worship is more than music, but music is an important part of how we express our praise and honoring of God during our gatherings. Presently, North Haven provides two styles of services on Sunday Mornings. From the Sunday after Labor Day until the Sunday before Memorial Day, there is a classic worship at 9:00 A.M. and a modern worship at 10:30. During the summer season, there is one worship service at 10:00 A.M. which consists of alternating or joint worship styles.
North Haven Offers Two Different Music Styles Every Sunday Morning
*one rotating service style every other week during the summer at 10am*
“I have always believed that true heartfelt worship is an outward display or action of an inward (inside) change. In other words, our worship to God comes from a changed heart, knowing that he has changed our life and we are continually seeing his love, mercy and grace demonstrated everyday through answered prayers and opportunities given and blessings received.
I’m so honored and yet humbled everyday that I get to lead worship. It has been a journey of self discovery as well as spiritual growth. I love each week helping lead people to the throne of God through praise and worship. To be able to guide the congregation to encounter the Holy Spirit through music, is such a blessing.
In the Bible, Job had everything a man could want... he worshipped. When job lost everything... he worshipped
Worship is not about your circumstances, or feelings, or season of life. It’s about who God is.”
Adam Obermann, Modern Worship Director
Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all ye lands. Serve
the LORD with gladness: come before his presence with singing. Psalm 100:1-2
As leader of the Classic Worship, I am selecting music that gives the congregation an opportunity to sing the old hymns many of us heard growing up, and a few new songs as well. Using piano and organ as our accompanists the classic team is made up of a very dedicated group of musicians who feel the joy of singing and leading others in worship.
I am so thankful North Haven has given those who enjoy worshiping in the “classic” style, an opportunity to enter His presence with singing.
John Sandquist, Classic Worship Director