and CREATIVE community

Worship & Creativity

The Spirit of God is on us to glorify God with our word, song and lives and to build up people, places and cultures of pure and passionate worship.

We want to live from a place centred in His presence and actively build the kingdom by developing and releasing worshippers in creativity and leadership. We also want to create spaces to encounter God, release our song and be transformed, all while influencing the community, city and wider church with the lives we live, the truth we declare and the hope we hold onto.

Worship is essential to the christian life, it is not just one of our top three priorities, it fuels our other priorities of Formation & Mission. As a worshipping community, we look to become more and more a people of God’s presence with the time we give, the lives we live, and the worship we express from within.

New Music

All I Seek

Just as there is power when words, prayer and music join together in worship, there is even more power when it comes from within us personally.

The vision for this project is that these songs would be a key for the songs within others to be unlocked and released.


We are always looking for musicians and singers to join our team here at V61. If you are interested in joining the worship team, we would love to get your contact details so that SP Rowe, our Worship Pastor, can get in touch!


a creative community in a holy space

This is a group to build a creative community in a holy space. Join us each week as a Scripture and new story is presented and then have an hour to respond with your own creative practices. Bring your paints, your instruments, your pens or laptops. Be prepared to create and prepared to share.

We want to grow to be a community of people who excel together in our creativity and in our prophetic response to the world around us.

One thing I ask from the Lord, this only do I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze on the beauty of the Lord and to seek him in his temple.

Psalm 27