Vineyard Worship exists as an organic extension of the Vineyard church movement in the USA (Vineyard USA). We are, in a phrase, “from the church, for the church.” We are not a music company first and foremost; we are a non-profit worship ministry. Our efforts will be centered in the cultivation and empowerment of the core value of worship in the Vineyard or more simply put “to help the local church experience God”, rather than in a profit-driven music business model.
Since its beginning, Vineyard Music has existed as a voice of the Vineyard movement in worship. As we move forward, we recognize a need to embrace a wider definition of worship, and therefore, a much larger scope for our activities and efforts. We believe that the corporate expression of worship is based not solely around music, but the areas of visual arts and media, though they have never been a specific focus of our ministry. By folding these areas into our current ministry vision, we can act as a connection point and catalyst not only for the musical aspects of our Vineyard churches, but also for those working with the visual arts and media.
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Worship Re-imagined| Posted January 20, 2016
As an extension of the Vineyard Church movement, Vineyard Worship exists to help the local church experience God. They strive to embrace a wider definition of worship and to empower the core value of worship in the Vineyard. As part of that mission, the group recently set out to create Anchour Studio Sessions. Recorded in a small Southern Maine town, the album breathes new life into some previous Vineyard Worship anthems.
The album opens on a high note with a remake of the Jeremy Riddle tune "As Children," producing an intimate atmosphere of worship from the very first notes. Following that is another powerful moment of praise, "Oh Lovely One." The female lead vocal ushers in a sweet spirit, echoing that of a Hillsong United or Bethel Music album. Taking on the traditional hymn "I Surrender All," "Surrender" continues the peaceful atmosphere of worship.
"Throne Of Grace" lyrically depicts the splendor of grace in a beautiful way, leading listeners in a special moment of adoration for all Christ is. Bringing up the tempo a bit, "What Can I Bring" and "Stand In Awe" are other notable pieces in this collection of songs. Singing scripture in a powerful way, "I Lift My Eyes Up (Psalm 121)" ends the album.
The Bottom Line: With Anchour Studio Sessions, Vineyard has crafted an album that gracefully carries listeners to a deep place of worship.
Song To Download Now:
"As Children" (Get it on iTunes here.)