We live in an age of worship jams that comprise elements of contemporary rock, indie, and EDM. Worship lyrics can range from the deeply introspective and laced with story-telling, to the simple yet personal and filled with free worship that ministers to our hearts so directly that makes us go, “Oh wow, that’s how I feel!”.

But hey, millennials; did you know that there was an era of music that existed before the days of Hillsong, Taya Smith, Kim Walker-Smith, and Kari Jobe? Sure, they might sound vastly different from the types of songs we sing at church today, but they are equally meaningful and easy to sing along to - which is the point, right? Have a listen - perhaps you might find some of these familiar from Sunday School days…

If you’re from a generation that finds these tunes nostalgic, good news: you’ll be able to worship to some of them this Sunday at our Generations Weekend service! That’s right, our worship team has been practicing an amazing set for the service that will honour all generations, especially the ones that have led us through the years.

Generations Weekend service begins at 9.30am this Sunday, 23 June. Doors open at 9.15am. Be sure to come early because it’s going to be a combined English service. We know it’s gonna be lit!

1. From The Rising Of The Sun -

 2. Come Bless The Lord - 

 3. The Trees of The Field - 

4. He Is The King of Kings - 

5. I Will Celebrate -