Each week, we gather in worship to listen, study, hope, and sing. Humans have always worshipped—from the creation song of Genesis 1, to the laments of the Psalms, to the triumphal symphony of Revelation. On Sundays, we join in and sing along.
We invite all voices—voices of hope, joy, sadness, and despair—voices of the rich and poor, young and old, and all races. And together, our diverse voices blend together into a greater harmony. We sing old songs. We sing new songs. We sing all of them loud, because we think Jesus likes it that way.
Like what you hear?
Check out our music!
We post all of the music we play and listen to before and after Sunday services and events on Spotify. Check out our profile and give us a follow to keep up to date with the music at Vista!
Why is singing a central aspect of worship?
Check out Adam's perspective!
Psalm 100:2 - 4
Worship the Lord with gladness. Come before him, singing with joy. Acknowledge that the Lord is God! He made us, and we are his. We are his people, the sheep of his pasture. Enter his gates with thanksgiving; go into his courts with praise. Give thanks to him and praise his name.
Blogs from the Band
The Lion And The Lamb by Brenton Brown, Brian Johnson, and Leeland Mooring This Is Amazing Grace by Josh Farro, […]Read More ›
Your Great Name by Michael Neale and Krissy Nordhoff Glory To Glory by Lauren Evans, Rick Seibold, and William Matthews […]Read More ›
What about all the lights and visuals?
Our Sunday experience would be a lot different without the help our production volunteers. Interested in learning about what it takes to run lights, sound, cameras, or other visual media on Sunday mornings? Check out the Vista|Production Volunteer page for more information and to get signed up!