Worship  -  Addoli 


Under construction!  More to come.... Mwy o Gymraeg i ddod hefyd...Ymddiheuriadau...ar y gweill! 

Our style of worship is contemporary with music led by various musicians. We seek to worship in the heart language of the congregation; we worship through both Welsh and English, often singing in the two languages at the same time!  

Here is a snippet from our guidelines for worship leaders, I'm sure it's applicable to all worshippers! 
"So whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God."(1 Cor 10:31 NLT)
"Dyma pam: Wrth fwyta ac yfed, neu wneud unrhyw beth arall wir, dylech chi anrhydeddu Duw." (1 Cor 10:31 Beibl.net)

Stating the obvious…
God is the one we want to HONOUR and worship. It’s the primary purpose for which God created us and is our highest endeavour and greatest fulfilment. Our motive in our worship is for His pleasure rather than our own enjoyment.  Worship is for the WORTHY ONE. 

Without expecting perfection, we can still strive for undistracting excellence in the musicality and the meaning of the songs we offer as worship. Not seeing technical expertise or artistic merit (our focus) but use these with humility as a means to please God through a mind-set of service rather than performance. Are we encountering God’s Spirit ourselves, and enabling and encouraging others to come close to Him and WORSHIP?  Draw on the rich variety of songs available. Choose songs people CAN sing, WANT to sing and SHOULD sing.

Billie Owens. 2014.
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Guidelines for Worship Leaders was compiled and written by Billie Owens in April 2014 with contributions from Ali Roberts, Andy Hughes,
Bob Kaughlin, Greg Leavers and Kevin DeYoung.