“We worship to remind each other who we are and to whom we belong. We worship to remind ourselves it is not all about us – it is about God. It is about God’s kingdom of justice, peace, and righteousness. Because in [God’s] presence, all that is temporary melts away. We need God. We need our sisters and our brothers. In worship we see a little more of the glory God has for us. We see a little more of ourselves in Christ. We see God.”
– John E. Phelan, Jr., President and Dean of North Park Theological Seminary
Worship and Arts at Christ Community Covenant Church seeks to glorify God through excellence so that Christ is our main focus, allowing us to encounter Him in a variety of expressions of worship: through music, prayers and readings, special events, dance, decor, spoken word and more. We enjoy an inter-generational approach to worship incorporating both hymns and contemporary music with a variety of music styles.