It is not merely a social gathering, but a divine act which is initiated, empowered, and made effectual by God himself. In public worship God meets with his people.
Our Worship is Divine
Our Worship is God-centered
Rather than focusing on our needs, feelings, and aspirations, we believe that the chief end of worship is God’s glory. Therefore, all our acts of worship are designed to give him glory and honor.
Our Worship is Regulated
Since God appointed and presides over the public worship of his saints, he also reserves the right to regulate it. Therefore we only include in our worship those things which God has commanded.
And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.
Our Worship is Reverent
Since worship is a meeting between God and his people, we do not take it lightly. The God we worship is holy, transcendent, and glorious. Therefore, we approach him carefully and reverently.
Our Worship is Joyful
We spend a great portion of our time in worship singing praise to God because of the great redemption he has provided for us in Christ and because of the joy we have in the Holy Spirit.
Our Worship is Covenantal
God has always included the children of believers in his covenant promises. Therefore, we worship as families and encourage parents to ensure that their children are present and seated with them.
Every Sunday we partake in the Lord’s Supper