Worship & Arts Ministry

Worship the LORD with gladness, come before him with joyful songs.

Sunday Worship Times
9:00 am & 10:30 am

What is Worship?

“Worship” is a word most commonly used in the context of church, but it can be defined more broadly as the activity of rendering praise and adoration to someone or something that is worthy of it. As Christians we believe that the God of the Bible is the only One who is worthy of our worship, and that worshipping Him is what we were created to do. In Ps. 148 God invites all of creation to give Him praise because of who he is and what he has done. Our call to worship God is not out of obligation– it is the natural response of anyone who has heard and experienced his goodness. We believe that if you experience the good news of the gospel you will want to join the chorus. All are welcome!

Worship Services at CPC

Every Sunday we gather for corporate worship at 9/10:30am. We order our services so that each one communicates the arc of the story of redemption– creation, rebellion, redemption & restoration. As the body of Christ we participate in this grand narrative of redemption as we sing, pray, confess, give thanks, hear God’s Word preached, celebrate the Lord’s supper, and engage in a wide variety of practices that are Biblical and rooted in Christian tradition. Musically, we appreciate both ancient hymns and the modern anthems. We place a high value on the arts, both visual and musical, and we desire to worship in a way that is true to our context and artistic gifts as a church– letting the gifts of the congregation shape our worship as much as possible.

You can view our 10:30 am service live online. Go to Livestream.com/ChesPres and search for Chesterfield Presbyterian Church to stream our worship service.

Sermon Downloads

The preaching of God’s Word is one of the central elements of Sunday morning worship. For those who are unable to attend worship or would like to listen to sermons on their mobile device, sermons are available here as well as iTunes. All sermons are copyrighted property of Chesterfield Presbyterian Church.

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The Sorrow & Supremacy of the Cross (John 19:28-30)

Tony Howard, April 14, 2017
Part of the Good Friday series, preached at a Special event service

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John 19:28-30

28 After this, Jesus, knowing that all was now finished, said (to fulfill the Scripture), “I thirst.” 29 A jar full of sour wine stood there, so they put a sponge full of the sour wine on a hyssop branch and held it to his mouth. 30 When Jesus had received the sour wine, he said, “It is finished,” and he bowed his head and gave up his spirit. (ESV)

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