The Worship and Creative Arts Team seeks to glorify God and worship him through various creative forms, multi-ethnic worship styles and genres of music, poetry and dance. Whether you have a passion for urban or rural culture, whether you like hip-hop or country twang, whether you enjoy Christian music or hymns, the Worship and Creative Arts Team exists to serve and facilitate the worship of God in a way that will bless not only you, but also the person sitting beside you.
Behind every successful WCAT presentation is an army of dedicated volunteers who make it happen! These individuals perform any number of services such as packaging care packages for WCAT members who are in school, preparing food and providing childcare during WCAT activities (e.g. Choir rehearsals), creating costumes, filing music, preparing choir folders, and a host of other tasks too numerous to mention.
Each and every weekend, the Media team enhances the worship service through the projection of song lyrics, videos, and slideshows. Additionally, they utilize their computer and multi-media production skills to produce custom videos to support the preaching ministry of Sunday morning teaching team.
You can have the most talented musicians and vocalists in the world, but without the tireless support, trained ears, and nimble fingers of committed sound technicians you won't have music. Whether it is running the mixing board on Sunday morning or running cables at Thursday evening rehearsal, the member of the Sound Team keep the music flowing.
It is impossible to lead others into the presence of God unless you have been there yourself. Living Water has been blessed with a group of extremely talented instrumentalists and vocalists whose lives exudes worship. Through their tireless practice and unwavering love for Jesus, they provide an worship atmosphere which encourages every member of our church family to bring praise and glory to Jesus through song.
Worship doesn't only happen in a room filled with people on a Sunday morning. Worship also happens sitting in front of a pottery wheel, standing in front of an easel, or looking through the lens of a camera. Many of the creative works of Living Water's visual artists can be seen throughout our facility or during various special events such as Coffeehouses and community open houses.