"Let the Word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and humans and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God."
- Colossians 3:16
The vision for the music culture of Christ City Church is no different than our faith family's vision as a church. Our aim is to be for Christ, in the City, as the Church in the way we express ourselves musically.
Whether it be what we sing together in our weekly gatherings, our original collection of content or in our recorded renditions of songs new and old, the desire for Christ City's
music is to fully communicate the power of the gospel and simultaneously beckon the people of God to celebrate Jesus and His glory. One of the ways we feel led by God to express
ourselves this way is to honor one another in our uniqueness and diversity, so we intentionally celebrate music of different styles, both racially and generationally. During
any given gathering at Christ City, it's quite possible to hear songs that are 350 years old and songs that aren't even 350 days old. As it relates to genre, while we strive to
blend a southern americana musical style with gospel roots and melodies, you may hear a song from our friends at Passion City Church followed by a Hezekiah Walker song, or even an
original Christ City song by an ancient hymn from generations ago. Regardless of age or style, those preferences are simply a way to build towards the ultimate filter, which is
making sure that every lyric and melody we sing together as a faith family can be rooted back, doctrinally and theologically, to what the Bible teaches us.