Worship is something that everyone does all the time. It motivates every human action. God has made us in such a way that we are always worshiping, always seeking to glorify something or someone. As Christians, we live our whole lives in worship of the God who has loved us so well.
Gathering weekly to worship God with other believers is a foundational part of a life of worship. The Bible instructs us "not to give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing..." (Hebrews 10:24-25), because without other believers, we cannot fulfill the purpose for which we've been made.
As we meet together to worship God and put Him first, something happens to us: we ourselves are changed. The way we worship forms who we are in the same way that way you eat shapes your body. We hope to worship in a way that shapes us as God would have us be.
Our services are grounded in the early practices of the Church, in the things that Christians have always been about everywhere. We did not just make this up as we were going along, but we have learned from the wisdom of those who have gone before us, recognizing that God used many of the same practices in their lives to make them into extraordinary men and women of God.
We meet on Sundays, first and foremost to worship God and to join in with the constant celebration that is going in heaven. That is why everything we do in our worship services point us to God: He is the one who is worth all our attention.
We encourage you to come and see what we're about. We believe that you will, in some way, encounter Jesus Christ as you join us to worship Him.