Praise And Worship


Music Ministries


We at Compass Christian Fellowship believe that the core of worship revolves around a reverence in our hearts for Jesus Christ, our Savior King.  Our Worship Team consists of individuals who, above all else, understand that worship is about making much of Jesus – not our instruments, voices, or any other particular talent that God has given us.

With this perspective, we believe that the talents God has given His people (whether they be musical or artistic in nature) can be used in leading others in the worship of our King.

As Paul says in Romans 12:1, “I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship,” so we agree that everyone who attends Compass is a fellow worshiper in our services, especially in how we live our lives before our God.

God has acted and continues to act in love and grace towards us; appropriately, our worship then is the response we give to magnify all that He is and continues to be.


At all times, and on all occasions, we believe worship to be a necessary part of the life of a believer.

Beyond a personal life of worship, we place a high value on congregational worship as a church – a time where members of God’s family can be encouraged and strengthened as we approach our LORD and Savior in adoration together.

On a typical Sunday morning at Compass Christian Fellowship you will find musical praise, contemplative prayer, and congregation prayer as some of the many components we use in our worship of Jesus.


We have numerous teams that, together, form our Worship Ministry.  Take a look at the list below for a few ways to get involved, and if you feel the LORD’s leading in a particular area, please contact us on our contact page to get plugged in.


Members of the prayer team dedicate their passion and time for prayers to be made on behalf of Compass Christian Fellowship and our various ministries. They understand that prayer is the essential starting and ending point for all that we do as a church.  Individuals commit to praying for our worship services along with being available to pray for others in the congregation before and after services, as well as during the week.


Members of the praise team dedicate their musical ability (instrumentally or vocally) to be used in service of our King.  Individuals interested in serving on this team commit to attending rehearsals  in order to get to know other team  members, and communicate their heart for worship.


Members of the audio/visual team dedicate their technical ability in running audio/visual equipment as it relates to working with the praise team to create a joyful noise to the LORD and an atmosphere of worship within our meeting area.


Members of the arts team dedicate their artistic ability (dance, drawing, painting, poetic reading, or theater) to be used as a special element of a   worship service, where an artistic expression of a message can lead God’s people into deeper reflection and meditation of His heart and Word in their lives.