April 25/26 | May 30/31 | July 11/12 | September 12/13
Selah weekends are a purposeful pause designed to create intentional space for reflection and contemplation within our 28-week Romans series. During these four weekends, we will break from our Romans study, allowing us the opportunity to rest, to breathe God in and re-center our noisy, wandering hearts. Although the theme of all Selah’s will be worship, each service will vary in format and flavor as we experience worship afresh through the implementation of pslams, hymns, and spiritual songs.
Romans is your invitation to transformation. This New Testament book is foundational to cultivating a deeper understanding into the scope of the Gospel and its theological implications. Join us for weekend worship as we unpack Paul’s letter to the Christ followers in Rome and lean into how it affects the lives of Christ followers today. In conjunction with this series, a new session of the 4-year Bible Reading Schedule will launch, starting with readings from Romans. This is a practical way for you to stay grounded in God’s word each day while reading through the entirety of Scripture in 4 years.
We are often asked for the details of the songs that were used in worship during the weekend services. Below is a list of the music from the past weekend services at the Dyer Campus. (Music at the multi-site campuses sometimes varies)
Apr 18 & 19, 2015
|10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)||Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman|
|Lord I need You||Matt Maher Arrangement|
|Glory to God Forever||Steve Fee and Vicky Beeching|
|This I Believe||Ben Crocker and Matt Fielding|