At Skyline we have a beautiful tradition of spirit-led, a cappella worship. When we gather to worship we seek to enjoy the presence of God as we offer our gift of praise to him. We want people to feel comfortable to express their praise in a way that draws them closer to God. We also want this time to uplift, encourage, and challenge our church community. We sing songs of all types from traditional to contemporary, hymns to popular Christian music.
There is always a lesson from God’s word that we can apply to our everyday lives. Sermons are meant to challenge us as a community and draw us closer to our Creator and to one another.
Each Sunday we remember our Father’s sacrifice of His Son by participating in communion. This communion service consists of unleavened bread, which represents the body of Christ broken on the cross, and grape juice, which represents the blood of Christ, shed for the remission of our sins. All believers are invited to join us.
To show our thanks to God for all His blessings, we have a time to return an offering of thanksgiving to God.
We also offer a time during worship in which our Shepherds will make themselves available to pray with anyone who feels a need for prayer. This can be any prayer need: a concern about their spiritual life, a confession of sin, a person wanting to be baptized, a personal matter, a prayer of thanksgiving – whatever needs to be given to God in prayer.
If you would like more information on Skyline’s worship, or would like to find out how to serve in Skyline’s worship, contact our Worship Leader, Blake Beckham.

SkyKidz Worship

We create space each Sunday morning during our worship service, for children ages 2 years to 2nd grade, to join our ‘SkyKidz  Worship’ program.  This is a time for the children to learn fundamental Bible truths through stories, drama, songs and games.
If you would like more information on SkyKidz Worship, contact our Children’s Minister, Alison Jones.