Worship Ministry

Jen Anderson
Worship Deacon

David Brick

“Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and
admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts.”

— Colossians 3:16


Guided by the Holy Spirit, we seek to magnify the worth of God and the redemptive work of Jesus Christ through the combination of scripture, prayer, and music, thereby stirring the gathered church to join us in proclaiming and cherishing the truth about God, and seeking to live all of life for His glory.


Pittsford Community Church is committed to having God-centered, inspiring worship as we celebrate who God is and what He has done! We do this, in response to Him, by expressing our love and devotion in spirit and in truth through song, prayer, and the proclamation of the Word of God.

Believing that worship is our highest priority, and that PCC is a local expression of the family of God---we strongly encourage people of all ages and backgrounds (children, teens, adults, seniors, singles, and families) to worship together as the people of God---so that God-centrality in the life of our church is demonstrated.

Also believing that God calls his people into unity, we value having corporate worship that celebrates a variety of styles of music through which the Lord is exalted. We believe that for the Christian, all of life is to be lived as an act of worship to God---and our worship gatherings should be a great encouragement to a life of worship and holy living.

Psalm 115:1, Psalm 145-150, Isaiah 6:1-9, John 4:23-24, 1 Corinthians 1:10-17, 10:31, & 14:14, Romans 12:1-2

Worship at a Glance

Our monthly rotation of worship leaders reflects variety in styles while upholding the unity of our purpose to glorify God. And while we definitely lean contemporary, with drums, bass, and guitars ringing out their praises on most Sunday mornings, we also cherish our traditions as expressed in time honored hymns, organ, and our choir. These more traditional elements are often evident on the first Sunday of each month as we celebrate together the Lord’s Supper.