2908 S Timberline Rd.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
The content below is intended to provide a variety of helpful resources on difficult yet relevant subjects, in this case, worship. We recognize that some sources may come into question for any number of reasons, and the following are not offered with a blanket endorsement of every word spoken or written. We believe God uses imperfect people every day, and the following are just as fallible as anyone — yet if they may be helpful, we want to share them with you.
Worship can be made up of incredible moments, even right in your own home. We wanted to give you a chance to experience the heart of worship and bring your heart and voice to God, wherever you are. Check out Timberline's Worship Moments playlist, here on YouTube.
Let the awe of the King of kings inspire you. May a heart of worship never leave you. For God alone is the One and only — the One to be adored. Timberline Church pastor, Steve Harris, shares a sincere moment of praise to the “Lord of All.” Watch the full video here on YouTube.
The practice of bringing our hearts and voices back to God was the purpose of the recent Timberline Playlist series. The heart of the classic hymn, The Doxology, reminds us of bringing our focus back to Him. Finalized in 1709 by Rev. Thomas Ken, the challenge to his congregation was to sing supportive hymns, along with the “Doxology”, fervently and devoutly. We encourage you to center your heart and give yourself space to soak in the Lord’s presence. Praise God from whom all blessings flow! Watch the full video here on YouTube.
“But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love; for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble.” Psalm 59:16. Worshipping the Lord at the start of a day sets our hearts on Him and prepares us for whatever lies ahead. For in the light and in the dark, Jesus is worthy of our highest praise. We hope this medley helps inspire you to worship, in the morning and at night, posturing yourself in awe of God knowing He is worthy of all praise — always. Watch the full video here on YouTube.
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” (Matthew 11:28-30) What great comfort we can take in these words, spoken by Jesus himself. His word, “come,” is a simple invitation to draw near to him, from wherever you’ve been. Come as you are, and experience the richness of His love. Watch the full video here on YouTube.
“Be Thou My Vision” is a melodic reminder to keep our eyes on the Lord and to be guided by His perfect wisdom, peace, victory, and everlasting love.How would you worship at that moment? We hope this song inspires a prayerful heart with a dedicated request that God be established as our vision now and always. Let us intensify our worship and set our sights on the King of all kings, the “Ruler of all.” You can watch the full video here on YouTube.
Imagine what it would feel like to stand amongst the elders and the angels in heaven. Imagine falling to your knees amongst them at the throne of the Lord in awe of His goodness. How would you worship at that moment? We hope this song inspires a feeling of awe as we rejoice in worship and in adoration of who God is. You can watch the full video here on YouTube.
Reflection is a powerful way to consider, with gratitude, the poetic nature of God’s unfailing love. We hope the beauty and awe of Cameron and his daughter Katie’s rendition of How He Loves moves your heart into a posture of contemplation and worship. You can watch the full video here on YouTube.
It’s been said that “Words are the language of the mind and music is the language of the soul.” Our hope is this video inspires you to bring your heart and voice to God through worship in participation or through prayerful listening. You can experience Ashley Helmuth's version of Great Is Thy Faithfulness here on YouTube.
Days before the attack on Kyiv, Ukrainians were seen worshipping in a subway station. The rough translation of the song title to English is "Let My Prayer Flow". Watch the full video of them singing of forgiveness, salvation, peace, mercy, and joy here on YouTube.
During COVID, several churches in the UK joined together to sing "The Blessing" over the UK, reaching millions around the world in a moment of worship, praise, and prayer. You can watch The UK Blessing, here on YouTube.
You can watch Timberline Church's Emily Wilson's worship moment that's great for families to enjoy together here on YouTube.
Take a moment to listen to Timberline Church's Pastor Steve and his wife Sherri's as they perform a stripped-down worship moment here on YouTube.
Written by Paul in Colossians 3:16
2 Chronicles 5:13-14
Pastor Jeff Lucas kicks off Timberline's "Playlist" sermon series with a powerful message about pushing out of our comfort zones and preferences towards praise and worship to come to a place of intimacy, trust, and sacrifice with the Lord. You can watch Pastor Jeff's message and a powerful worship moment at the end of service by clicking here.
Pastor Dick Foth and special guest Van Clements continue Timberline's "Playlist" sermon series talking about the larger and deeper song that happens when the Church sings together. You can watch the message by clicking here.
Pastor Dary talks about "love songs", how they encourage, remind, and sustain us, and what it looks like to write a "love song" to God. You can watch the message by clicking here.
Pastor Donny reflects on, when God clearly shows up in our lives, how it puts us in a place of spiritual encouragement and how we can use that encouragement to sing our praises to God. You can watch the message by clicking here.
We worship a King that has given us so many reasons to celebrate. Pastor Dary Northrop asks us to reflect on what could be keeping us from celebrating and how we can "join the party" in a way that makes God smile. Watch the message by clicking here!.
Close your eyes and picture God Almighty. Can you picture God as a singer? Can you picture God singing over you? Pastor John Mehl reflects on God's love over us and asks, "How can we not respond in unreserved celebration in return?" Watch the message by clicking here!
Pastor Mackenzie Matthews returns to the pulpit with a powerful message about Hope in Suffering, how we should lean into the Lord in times of suffering and doubt, and how we declare our trust in God when we worship. You can watch the full message and a powerful worship moment mid-message by clicking here.
Pastor Dick Foth shares a message on God's everlasting, magnificent, and unfailing Grace while reflecting on the origin story of the author of the song, "Amazing Grace". Pastor Foth speaks on what grace is and challenges us to all be a reflection of God's grace and forgiveness by recalling where God's grace first found us. You can watch the full message online by clicking here.
Pastor Dary encourages us to look at the rhythms of our lives — both good and bad. What rhythms of the flesh can you work to break? How can you incorporate stronger spiritual rhythms to encourage healthier patterns in your life? You can watch the full message online by clicking here.
Learn from Pastor Dary as he dives into how we can worship God in spirit and truth. If you don't know what that means, you can learn all about it by watching the full message online by clicking here!
Watch as Pastor Dick Foth powerfully wraps up our 9-week Playlist series with "Heaven's Song", reflecting on Revelation and continuing to build on why our heart towards the Lord should be one filled with worship. Watch the faithful conclusion to the series by clicking here!