"Praise God with the sounding of the trumpet, praise God with the harp and lyre, praise God with timbrel and dancing, praise God with the strings and pipe, praise God with the clash of cymbals" (Psalm 150)...
...praise God with guitar, organ, mandolin, piano, drum, harmonica, and with voices joined in unity and harmony!
What kind of worship music does God prefer? What worship music is pleasing to God? What kind of worship music brings God glory? Psalm 150 suggests that the kind of music is not the issue. The issue is whether worship music reflects a heart filled with praise for God. Music outwardly expresses what is inwardly felt. Worship music, no matter its form, outwardly expresses heartfelt praise for God.
Music represents a key piece of worship expression at Broadway:
- we offer both traditional hymns and contemporary praise songs, often in the same worship service
- our congregation includes numerous superb singers and musicians
- we possess the finest pipe organ in the region
- we encourage children to learn and express their musical offerings
Several times each year Broadway Presbyterian Church presents an evening of concert music given by professional musicians, often from out of town. And at least twice each year "On Broadway" presents a music variety program offered by our talented members, friends, and staff. From classical to traditional, contemporary praise, pop, jazz, bluegrass, blues, and more, "On Broadway" fulfills the call of Psalm 150 and with pizzazz! Click here for more information about our next "On Broadway" events.