NOTE: Our service schedule has changed in response to the COVID-19 restrictions. We are also live streaming our Wednesday night Bible studies and some special services. Our Sunday mornings are now on campus drive-in services; these are recorded and posted instead of being live-streamed.

Live and recorded services can be viewed on this website or with our free mobile app.

Worship is our response to a just, mighty, and holy God. It is one of the reasons for which He created us.

Many people consider worship to just be the music played in the service. While we certainly worship through music, worship is, and must be, so much more.

Worship is the time of fellowship before the service. Worship is the offering, when we give back a portion of that He has provided. Worship is the time of prayer, as we give thanks for His love and His many blessings. Worship is the preaching and hearing of the Word. And worship is the time of invitation, as we respond to the leading of the Holy Spirit

But to be most effective, Sunday corporate worship must be an extension of our times of personal worship throughout the week. "Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." - 1 Thess. 5:16-18 NKJV

In Acts 16, we read about Paul and Silas being beaten and imprisoned for preaching and healing in the name of Jesus. But at midnight, they "were praying and singing hymns to God" in worship, while they were still in jail and their wounds still fresh!

Simply put, worship is not a Sunday morning thing; it's not even a church thing. True worship, "in spirit and truth," is a 24/7 thing. We are thankful and blessed that our worship services and a recent revival have opened hearts to the Holy Spirit, and are stirring the waters of our baptistery.

So engage in worship all week, and in all that you do. Then come join us at Antioch in corporate worship, and watch God work.