Worship at RBC 

 

Worship is our purpose, our privilege and our pleasure. It is a breathtaking mystery that as we draw near to God, he draws near to us. We were created to worship and in true worship we come alive.
 


New songs

We believe that worship should be both familiar and fresh, therefore at RBC we strive to host a healthy balance of well-known songs/hymns which provide familiarity alongside the new. Below are some of the latest songs that we have introduced at the church for you to listen to and familiarise yourself with, in order that you might connect quickly and easily in worship.

This is amazing grace



Boldly I approach



Victor's crown


 
Love ran red

 

My Lighthouse

 

Deep cries out



Encounter - Live worship from Reigate Baptist Church

The new live worship album Encounter is now finished and available for purchase from the church or download now from Amazon & iTunes!
 



Album launch promo video...
 


The team

 
Worship gorup for website


Vocal group

2012 saw the first performance from the RBC vocal group consisting of 30 young people from the church. Here is a recording from the night.
 

 

Album Recommendations

Worshipping at home is a very important part of our spiritual growth. Having worship songs (many of which contain passages of scripture) playing in your car as you drive for example, help feed the word of God into our hearts, and keep us focussed on Him, allowing us to hear him speak to us... if only we would make time to stop and listen!! Matt Recommends the following albums for aiding for private times of sung worship and expanding your worship song repertoire. The list is not extensive nor exclusive, merely a taster of the albums that are available at this current time.


Matt Redman - 10,000 reasons
Passion - Here for you
Jesus culture - live in New York
Worship Central - Spirit break out

Ben Cantelon - Everything in colour
Hillsong - Cornerstone


Youtube is a good place to listen to songs, www.eden.co.uk is one of many online christian music distributors. 
 
 Matt speaks on worship 
Leaning in to worship
Matt Kefford, 01/01/2012