Below is a sample of our Worship on Easter Sunday, 2017. It includes segments of songs from our worship band, special choir piece, and a monologue from John Bunyan’s Pilgrim Progress. It will enable you to experience a little bit of what our church does on a Sunday in worship.

In Psalm 91:1-2 the Psalmist writes,

“He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say to the LORD, “My refuge and my fortress my God, in whom I trust.”

This Psalm depicts a person who is experiencing a growing intimacy with God. A shadow is only experienced when one is in the proper relationship to the shading object; and only when sitting in the shelter is the shade enjoyed.

The Grove Church is a community that represents this same kind of refuge. It is a community of God’s people who are committed to all people being regenerated, reconciled, revived, restored, repaired, renewed, refined, received, refreshed, released, and redeemed. We hope that you will join us as we endeavor to dwell in a relationship with God that provides these elements with Him and one another.

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