At DHPC, we celebrate the diversity of God's creation as we call everyone into Christian community. Everyone includes people who are old. It includes people who are young. And those who are perpetually 39. It includes people of every ethnicity, race, color, and hue. It includes gay people, straight people, transgendered people, bisexual people, undecided people, private people, public people, single people, married people, divorced people, widowed people, committed people. It includes very formal people and the flip-flop crowd.…
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The Worship Team provides opportunities for worship, music, praise, and prayer to meet the varied needs of the congregation. Working with the professional staff to plan the Sunday morning worship service for the different seasons of the liturgical year, this team seeks to support the spiritual growth of members and guests with special worship occasions such as baptisms, communion, funerals, weddings, as well as monthly Taizé services.
The Worship Team is chaired by Bob Beard.
Worship Team Goals
With energy, worship should exude joy through the participation of all the senses.
With welcoming, worship should invite and engage people of all circumstances.
With consistency, the Word of God and its message should weave through all elements of the service.
With authenticity, worship should be attentive to our diversity and experience.
With the confidence of children, worship should show gratitude to God, our Creator and Redeemer.
spend your Sunday mornings with us
9:30 spiritual formation (kids' classes break from May to September; adults' classes are year-round)
Druid Hills Presbyterian Church calls everyone into Christian community, to explore God’s purpose for our lives, to celebrate God’s work in the world, and to serve the needs of our neighbors.