Teaching and admonishing one another as we sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs.
At Firm Foundation Bible Church, we believe that the church is for the Church. The Lord’s plan for the corporate gathering of His people is not outreach and evangelism of the lost, but worship and edification for the people of God (Eph. 4.11-16, 1 Cor. 14.1-12). The same is true concerning our worship.
In every place where the New Testament talks about music, it does so with the community of believers in view (Col. 3.16, Eph. 5.18-19, 1 Cor. 14.26), and in each place, the point is the same: the purpose music in the church is to teach and build up the people of God.
In other words, when it comes to congregational worship at FFBC, our desire is not to entertain the goats, but to feed Christ’s sheep.
What Our Music is Like
Traditional and contemporary church music. That is what our music is like in a nutshell.
In principle, we are not opposed to any genre or style of music per se, and we do draw from a wide musical pool. However, we aim to keep all our music congregational—which, for us, means “clear” and “true.” To find out what we mean by that, scroll down and read our Philosophy of Worship.
Here are some common questions about our worship music: