We exalt God and honor Christ as Lord as we gather each week. Every Sunday morning at 10:45, we gather together to worship. At Harrison Hills Baptist Church, we believe that worship means putting Jesus Christ first in all we do - continually, moment by moment, every day, in personal worship. The culmination of personal worship happens through regular, corporate worship with a local body of believers.
Our worship shows our dependence on God. This worship time includes preaching, singing, praying, giving, testifying, baptism, and communion.
As a group, we sing songs that honor Jesus Christ, share His Word, and focus on Him as we seek to glorify God and edify the Body.
We believe in family worship – all ages and all cultures worshiping in unity.
We practice a blended worship style that promotes unity within a diverse group.
Here you will find resources for personal worship and discipleship. The music listed below is theologically rich and Christ-centered. We draw many of our congregational songs from these artists. You will also find books on worship and the arts designed to help shape one's thinking around a biblical view of worship - a lifestyle of praise to God on the terms that he proposes and makes possible through the blood of Christ. Finally, if you desire to learn some of the basics of musical theory or how to read music, web-based resources are included below.
Click on a category below to see each list:
Sovereign Grace Music
Sooner Count the Stars
30: Three Decades of Songs for the Church
Grace Has Come: Songs from the Book of Romans
All That Thrills My Soul
From Age to Age
Sons & Daughters
Valley of Vision
Prepare Him Room (Christmas)
The Village Church
The Village Church Music
Page CXVI Music
Norton Hall Band
Norton Hall Band Music