We welcome you to worship with us this weekend! We pray that our worship services and Bible studies impact your life and the lives of those around you.
What is worship? It is focusing on God, not on ourselves. It is something that begins with the heart and is expressed with actions. Therefore, it is important that we prepare our hearts for this special time. Because our worship brings God pleasure, it is to be done with sincerity from the heart, not out of duty and obligation. Let’s ask God to open our hearts to truly worship Him.
While we can worship God anywhere at any time, there is something special about gathering with other believers. This is a time of corporate worship, but it is also a time for each person to make a connection with God.
Traditional Worship at 8:45 a.m.
The traditional worship service at Tallowood features the Adult Choir, Orchestra, piano and pipe organ, and is led by Carlos Ichter, Minister of Music and Worship, and Dr. Duane Brooks, Pastor. From treasured hymns to majestic choral anthems, the traditional service at Tallowood seeks to magnify our Creator and Lord and inspire us to lives of obedience and service.
Bible Study at 10:00 a.m.
Bible study at Tallowood Baptist Church is foundational to the character of the church. Through our Bible studies, members are able to relate personally to one another and grow closer to God. The studies are taught by members of the church who are dedicated to the Bible as God’s Word and to faithful and accurate interpretation of truth to all ages in the church.
Contemporary Worship at 11:15 a.m.
The 11:15 service is led by our contemporary worship band and Dr. Duane Brooks, Pastor. The band leads in songs both ancient and modern. We seek to magnify the Triune God and be transformed through songs, prayers, communion, and the Word of God.
Evening Worship at 6:00 p.m.
Evening worship is held most Sundays in the Chapel at 6:00 p.m. There are often special programs featured, such as the children’s choir “Music in May” and the “International Missions Night.” There is no evening worship on Easter, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day and Labor Day.