Worship in Song
Worshiping through music has been used in the church to glorify God and refocus man for centuries. In the Old Testament, the various psalmists wrote poetry to be sung about all kinds of things, from peace and hope to doubt and suffering, from oceans and storms to plants and animals. In the New Testament, the early church kept this tradition of singing hymns and spiritual songs, that they might be unified and focused on Christ.
At the Fields, we use music for that very same reason: to be unified and focused on Jesus Christ and His gospel. At every Sunday gathering, we will sing and hear songs about the gospel and the transformation from death to life. The point of singing is not to hear good music, though we strive to honor God through the art. The point of singing is not to hear us sing, though we hope you will! The point of singing is to proclaim Christ and His gospel, and our prayer is to keep that at the center of everything we do.
We've taken time to write, play, sing, and record some of our own original songs and albums to help us better consider Christ and all he has done. Check out some of our original music below.
10 Songs from the book of Hebrews.
Songs from Luke 1-2 telling the story of Christ's birth.