We value putting Christ and His cross at the center of all we do.
We must worship God will all our lives (1 Cor. 10:31) and life is most satisfying when it is lived as a display of God’s glory in Christ. This can only be done when a disciple lives with the gospel as the center of his or her life. The fuel of worship is the word of God in flamed by the Holy Sprit of God.
A life of worship is expressed in personal worship, family worship and corporate worship
Personal worship is valuing Christ more than all the world has to offer which means He is our life. We value authentic personal worship that honors Jesus and helps us to cherish Him more and more highly. Habits of grace that consist of praying, Bible intake, serving, giving of our time, talent and treasure, witnessing, Scripture memory and meditation, journaling that flow out of the work of the gospel of Jesus Christ all enrich our personal worship.
Family worship is that time the family sets aside to worship God together on a regular basis. It is a time where the Bible is read, prayers are prayed and perhaps songs are sung. It is a time where the family is discipled to exalt Christ in all of life.
Corporate worship is when the saints gather on Sunday mornings to worship God together. Within this venue, we worship God by remembering the gospel through preaching, teaching, singing, praying, generous giving (2 Cor. 8:1-9:15) and celebrating the ordinances of baptism and communion. Each aspect of corporate worship presents an opportunity for the church, through the Word of God and the Spirit of God to receive, remember, respond and rejoice in the redemptive work of our great Savior and King, Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 10:31, Psalm 145:1-21, Isaiah 43:6-7, Colossians 3:1-17). Service previews are posted each Friday on our blog.
We’ve created playlists of songs we use in corporate worship: