Jesus is number one
Believe it or not, we’re all worshipers. Every day we choose to make something the top priority in our lives by the way we think, act, and treat others. It shows in the way we align our schedules, spend our energy, and let certain things dominate our thought life.
Here at Trinity–because Jesus gave His life for us and made us right with God–we put Him as the number one thing in our lives. A relationship with Him, and keeping Him at the center of everything we do is our top priority.
A whole community praising Jesus
Imagine what would happen if every person in our community put Jesus at the center of their lives and then gathered together to give Him praise and honor. It would transform our workplaces, our schools, and our families beyond anything we can imagine. That’s the hope of our worship arts ministry–to see a whole community honoring Jesus with their lives and gathering together in authentic, passionate praise of our Savior.
We do this through engaging and empowering our community to love God and all people by creating art, music, and environments where people are led to:
- Connect with Jesus and others.
- Embrace the principles and values of God’s word.
- Be inspired to be a witness to those around them.
Join our team
Our worship arts ministry is for anyone who is passionate about using their creativity to reflect and communicate what Jesus has done for us. Whether it’s in the areas of music, art, video, design, writing, photography, video editing, or graphic design, the worship arts ministry is a place for creative minds to flex that God-given, creative muscle in order to share the gospel in new and effective ways. We’re always looking to add skilled people to our team. Here’s where you can get involved:
- Worship band or vocalist
- Stage design
If you’re interested in joining our team, fill out a serving application here, and a background check form here. You will then be contacted by someone on our worship arts staff to schedule an interview and informal audition (if needed).
Contact Reece Lamppa with questions.