Streams of Worship is a site which shares original worship songs and resources to assist all who seek to worship God. Created in God’s image, we have been made to know and to experience him in the depth of our being. Worship is the action which unlocks our core being so that we can receive God’s love and give love in return. Worship builds and nurtures heart-to-heart intimacy with God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
God has expressed his love to me in so many ways. He has given me new songs to sing and I share many of these on this site. I hope that these songs will assist you to express your heart to God, to experience his wonderful presence and to receive his love and healing.
Tuggeranong Baptist Church is my home church. I am thankful for the prayers and support of many TBC friends who have encouraged me as a worship leader and song writer. God has given further opportunities for me to lead his people in worship in many other churches, at Christian conferences and in inter-denominational ministries such as Living Waters Australia and Emmaus Australia.
As the site develops, more and more worship songs will be added. You are welcome to download PDF lead sheets, MP3 soundtracks and TXT lyric files for use in your personal or church worship. Links to other Christian worship resources will be added to the Links page. Thank you to my son, Bryn, who has developed this website so that even I can add content to it!
Streams of Worship Services
Twice a month, Streams of Worship Services are held in Canberra, providing a time for unhurried worship, for God’s grace and healing to flow as we seek to know and to experience him as our Saviour King. All are welcome to join us:
First Sunday of the month, 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm
Tuggeranong Baptist Church
Jenke Circuit, Kambah A.C.T. Australia
Third Sunday of the month, 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm
O’Connor Uniting Church
Corner of Scrivener & Brigalow Streets
O’Connor A.C.T. Australia
Please check this site for news of each month’s services.
God bless you as you seek to honour and serve him with all your inmost being.
Photo © John Hall
Brenton kayaking off the New South Wales coast