Worship Together for God’s Glory and the Joy of His People
God has created and redeemed a people to glorify and enjoy Him in worship. We desire to worship God as his gathered children for His glory and our joy in Him. Each Lord’s Day we seek to gather together to give the Lord the glory due His name, enjoying the blessing of his promised presence with us as we worship in obedience to His will set down for us in the Scriptures.
Worship Together in Spirit and Truth
We desire to orchestrate worship according to the Scriptures and by the power of the Spirit. The form and substance of our corporate worship is full of the Bible and Biblical theology. As one theologian has said it, 'We want to read the Bible, preach the Bible, pray the Bible, sing the Bible, and see the Bible in our worship.' But without the Spirit of God in our worship we worship in vain. The Spirit of God is given to the church as His promised presence to lead us in worship to his throne of grace. It is God the Spirit who leads us in our worship to the knowledge of the glory of God the Son and the love of God the Father.
Worship Together According to His Word
Every Lord's Day we experience worship as God's covenant people guided by the Scriptures. Our corporate life together in worship is the first element in our worship. It is by the fellowship of God’s children living by faith in Christ in worship that God gives us more grace. We do not seek to worship God individually but corporately, in community, and in covenant with one another in Christ Jesus. Therefore as we participate in the elements of worship - singing, praying, reading Scripture, preaching, celebrating the sacraments, making solemn vows, confessing faith and giving of offerings, we do so as God’s covenant community. All of these elements that God gives us for our worship of Him are positively grounded in Scripture.
Worship Together in Order
We seek to worship with reverence and awe following an order in our worship that is simple, scriptural, historical, confessional and participatory. The morning and evening services will differ in some of the elements and worship.
Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.