We Worship in Spirit & in Truth

Worship at the Charlestown Bible church will vary slightly according to which service you attend; however, the atmosphere of worship will be similar in all services. The words you might use to describe our worship would be traditional, simple, participatory, and reflective.

It is traditional in that we sing hymns from the hymnal.

It is simple in that we refrain from the loud and the extravagant. There are no rock bands, special effects, manipulative techniques, or showy presentations in our services.

It is participatory in that we encourage collective participation in our singing and in the reading of Scripture. In our evening service we give opportunity for sharing of prayer burdens or thanksgivings. In this meeting, we also spend a half an hour in the singing of hymn requests. In our midweek service we call for believers to pray audibly and publicly with one accord as the apostles of old. And in our Sunday school we desire to see other gifted believers teaching God’s Word.

It is reflective in that we give time for private prayer and meditation. There are two piano numbers in our morning service which are intended to give opportunity for communing with the Lord. We also usually have a moment of silent pray for every congregant to privately communicate with Him.

Our main goal in worship is to give praise to the God of our salvation. We want it to freely flow from the Holy Spirit rather than being produced by human invention. We hope that our worship, humbly offered in the name of Jesus, will be acceptable in His sight.

Yours in the Gospel,
Pastor Dave Becker

Worship comprehends all that respect which man oweth and giveth to his Maker. … It is the tribute which we pay to the King of Kings, whereby we acknowledge his sovereignty over us, and our dependence on him.

George Swinnock

We all profess that we are bound for heaven, immortality, and glory: but is it any evidence that we really design it if all our thoughts are consumed about the trifles of this world, which we must leave behind us, and have only occasional thoughts of things above?

John Owen

To bless God for mercies is the way to increase them; to bless Him for miseries is the way to remove them.

William Dyer

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