Within our worship staff, leadership, venues of worship, and artistic groups, Kingsland Worship is dedicated and passionate about leading our church in “spirit and truth” biblical worship (John 4:24). As we strive to also connect everything we do to the overall vision of Kingsland Baptist Church, our core values as Kingsland Worship are best described and summarized in our 7 Pillars of Worship.
Every time we gather together, we want to facilitate personal connection with God, corporate connection with God, and inter-connection with the body of Christ.
When we worship together, we want to engage all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength (Deut. 6:4, Mark 12:29-30, Luke 10:27, Matthew 22:37). And as a multigenerational church, we desire for all of our gatherings to be all generations, all peoples, all tongues, and all backgrounds. (Psalm 145, Philippians 2, Revelation 5 and 19)
In each of our worship venues, we strive to follow Colossians 3:16 and Ephesians 5:19 by singing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs in a variety of styles and genres.
The Kingsland Worship Team believes that we are called to lead God’s people in the priorities of sacrifice, service, and song.
From the beginning of the creation of the Tabernacle, God intended there to be training that took place within the structure of leadership. Kingsland worship desires to continually be training leaders in worship (1 Chronicles 25:8), hearts in worship (Isaiah 29:13, Luke 6:45), and skill in worship. (1 Chronicles 25:7, 21:24)
Whenever we gather for worship at Kingsland, it is our desire that we would always communicate three things: Salvation to the Lost (Matthew 28, Colossians 1:16), Encouragement to the Believer (1 Thess. 5:11, 1 Corinthians 14:26, 12), and Joy and Passion to the World (1 Chronicles 15:16).
Worship and missions are two sides of the same coin and are connected . When we truly experience worship, it will lead us to action. Therefore, our worship at Kingsland should lead us to either pray, give, or go in Jesus’ name.