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WORSHIP MINISTRY

 
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A note from Aaron hoskins

It is our desire at Hulen Street Church to see worship reflected in every facet of an individual's life, not just on Sunday mornings. Yet the Sunday gathering is still incredibly important to the church as well as to the individual. Feel free look around and get a feel for our worship culture. We think you'll like what you find.

Worship Song Sets

If you're ever wondering about the name of the new song we played in service, we make them available for you every week.

AUDITIONS

WHY WE HOLD AUDITIONS

WE VALUE LEARNING. There are always new things to learn and new people to learn from.

WE VALUE EXCELLENCE. We want to play and sing to God with the best that we have because He is worthy of it.

AUDITIONING STEPS

STEP 1. Begin with the Worship Audition Form below.

STEP 2. Find out how to prepare for the audition with Audition Prep.

STEP 3. Wait to be contacted by Worship Pastor Aaron Hoskins.

MISSION

The mission of the worship ministry of Hulen Street Church is to exalt the name of Jesus Christ through music and media.

VALUES

GOD-FOCUSED

“WHAT AM I SAYING ABOUT GOD?" - At Hulen Street, everything we do as a worship team aims to draw attention to who God is and what He has done.  We choose songs and content to that end and rely on the Scriptures to inform their theology. 1 Chron 16:9; Ps 105:2 

EXCELLENCE

"IS IT MY BEST?” We are always pushing to do things better and with a higher quality than before.  Why? Jonathan Douglas of Hillsong United answers this question well: “The goal is not to play a song list perfectly; but eliminate as many distractions so that people can connect with the meaning of the songs and encounter Jesus.”  The more excellently we do our part, whether it be musical or technical, the more the gathered Church can focus uninterrupted on the glory of the Gospel conveyed through song and other media. Ex 35:35; Ps 33:3, 47:7; 1 Chron 25:7

SERVICE

"HOW CAN I HELP YOU?" Jesus taught his disciples that "the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give His life as a ransom for many (Matt 20:28).” He demonstrates service at the highest level by setting aside his very desire to live so that we could (Phil 2). We should be willing to sacrifice our personal tastes and desires for the betterment of the team and the congregation. Let us be just as quick to pick up chairs and tables as we are about picking up our guitars. Mark 10:45; 1 Peter 4:10

 

LEARNING

"HOW CAN I DO THIS BETTER?" Because we are created beings, we will never fully comprehend all there is to know about anything.  There are always ways to improve and grow. We need to humble ourselves and be willing to learn from anyone at any time. Prov 1:5, 9:9; Romans 12:3 

COMMUNITY

"WHO CAN I INCLUDE?" Mankind was never created to be alone. We were made to operate as part of a larger whole. The community not only benefits from the collective sum of individuals, but the individuals themselves also benefit from the larger community. In other words, we need each other! And as a community we laugh with one another, encourage one another, challenge one another and work out our differences with one another. We’re family because of Jesus, and we need to act that way. 1 Cor 12:12-26; Gal 6:1,2; Matt 5:23-24