Psalm 150

Our hearts easily drift from God, which is why we need worship. For it is in worship we are reminded that His heart never drifted from us. As we close out this series, we are diving into the last Psalm with our guest preacher, Josh Fox. Join us to discover how to worship and experience the heart of God.

Josh Fox serves as worship pastor at WestGate Church in San Jose. He is also the Director of Anthem School of Worship, a 9-month program designed to equip and train worship leaders to effectively serve and lead in the local church. Josh was also a part of the team that launched Vintage Faith Church in Santa Cruz.




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