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worship statement


We believe that our worship involves the whole of our life and spiritual sacrifices - it is a culture.  Our worship centers itself in God's presence, a presence which cannot be contained by any building or physical place. Our worship is offered to God in spirit and in truth.

Our style of worship is as varied as the different people that gather with us in our community.  We understand that each person differs in their personality, musical influences, genres and preferences in how they worship. But in reality, the music, clapping, raising of hands or other outward expressions are only means of true worship. At the end of the day what matters is the attitude of our hearts. We have come to realize that our worship and music is not what we "get" from God, but rather it is what we "give" to God! 

worship - a reunion band

mission statement
"The mission of Woship - a Reunion Band is to prepare ourselves as servants of Christ for excellence in our spiritual lives and our music as we strive to inspire the Reunion community to enter into a freedom of worship in order to experience His presence."
Romans 12:1-2   Matthew 24:45   Titus 3:1   1st John 5:3-5

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The Shofar or trumpet is mentioned more than eighty times in the Bible from Numbers through Revelation. 


In ancient biblical history the Israelites began to use horns of animals, specifically rams, to make their trumpets.  


The horn of the South African antelope called the Kudu, has also been used. 


The Scriptures tell of different times when the trumpet should be sounded and when it will be sounded. 

"To gather the assembly, blow the trumpets"  (Numbers 10:7) 

"The Lord will remember you and rescue you from your enemy" Numbers 10:9.

"Praise Him with the sounding of the trumpet"  (Psalm 150:3)

"Blow the trumpet, 'sound the alarm' for the day of the Lord" (Joel 2:1)


​At Reunion we blow the trumpets to gather the people together;

to ask for protection and deliverance;

to praise the Lord; 

and to remind us that someday,


"The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he will reign forever and ever."


Revelation 11:15.