ABOUT [you are inside: eternalworship.net]

As a collection of musicians and song-writers, we simply want to glorify God and build up the church with music that glorifies and exalts Jesus Christ.  We serve our church in Fort Mill, SC by leading our congregation in worship every week.

Over the years, we have been blessed by the people of Eternal Church to record music written by various members of our team.  Feel free to listen to the music at www.eternalworship.net/music.  The albums are available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon, and Google.  You can also purchase a physical cd on our music page.

There are all kinds of talented musicians within Eternal Church, and we want to encourage you to find your place in our music ministry! If you have any questions or would like to be a part of our team, please contact Jesse for more information.  (jesse@eternalchurch.net)

Our Skills

  • Worship Leaders 38%

  • Vocals 63%

  • Guitars 50%

  • Mandolin 13%

  • Banjo 6%

  • Lead Guitar 32%

  • Keys & Loops 13%

  • Cello 6%

  • Bass Guitar 19%

  • Drums & Percussion 25%

  • Love the LORD 100%

Our Purpose & Mission

The purpose and mission of Eternal Worship is to delight (1) in our Holy, Triune God, which manifests (2) itself in our daily lives (3) and develops into creative (4), skillful (5), and authentic (6) worship that ultimately glorifies and makes much of (7) Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, and our Father God.

1.) The great hindrance to worship is not that we are pleasure-seeking people, but that we are willing to settle for such pitiful pleasures.” (John Piper, The Dangerous Duty of Delight.);  Psalm 32:11;  Psalm 67:4;  Psalm 37:4;  Luke 10:20;  Philippians 4:4

2.) To show or demonstrate plainly; reveal; to be evidence of; prove.

3.) Romans 12:1-2;  “I don’t want you to think of art as a little frill or whipped cream on the cake of life. It’s more like steak and potatoes.” (Dallas Willard)

4.) “I don’t want you to think of art as a little frill or whipped cream on the cake of life. It’s more like steak and potatoes.” (Dallas Willard)

5.) “You got a gift and you best start using it, cause if you don’t you’re gonna wind up losing it.  Just like the brother who buried it deep, the task was simple but the price was steep.” (DC Talk);  Psalm 47:7;

6.) Isaiah 29:13-14;  John 4:23;

7.) “God is most glorified in us, when we are most satisfied in Him.” (John Piper);  Psalm 86:9;  Revelation 15:4;  Isaiah 26:8

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