We worship because of who God is and what he has done for us.
We worship because we have a deepening relationship with a loving God who is transforming our lives.
We worship because God is worthy.
We worship because our new identity in Christ inspires praise.
We worship because it is discipleship; It changes us and it changes others.
We worship because it impacts the spiritual realm; God dwells in the praises of his people.
We are lead worshippers from all of CSC’s five campuses. We are united in vision and purpose, while at the same time creating services that each have their own unique worship language (style of presentation). Where traditions are broadly shared and meaningful we will endeavor to maintain them in proper balance with emerging worship experiences.
As members of CSC Worship, there are four values that guide our pursuit of living out and leading others in worship. Each of these foundations are essential both on the platform, or while we are leading congregational worship, and off the platform, in our daily personal lives.
Culture of the Word
Culture of Unity
Culture of Engagement
Culture of Development
Our Worship teams serve at one of our 5 campuses: Airdrie, Bearspaw, Bridgeland, Central, and South Campuses. Each worship band includes drums, bass, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano/keyboards and vocalists.
We are seeking lead worshippers who’s lives are shaped by the Word, who depend on the Holy Spirit, and who value servanthood over stardom.
Our desire is to see singers in an environment where they can give their best to God.
Central Choir leads and presents music for the CSC congregation during some weekend services and for special presentations such as Christmas and Easter concerts. We rehearse Thursday evenings.
Centre Street Singers is an outreach choir performing primarily in nursing homes, retirement communities and hospitals. We rehearse Monday evenings and perform twice a month on Sunday afternoons.
Communion volunteers facilitate the sacrament of communion for our congregations. This is a special opportunity to serve others with the attitude of Christ. Just as the bread and juice are Christ’s body and blood, so we are serving as his hands.