is not just a style of music or list of ritualistic practices that take place on a Sunday morning. Worship is our entire lives lived in response to what God has already done for us in and through Jesus Christ (Rom. 12:1-2). More specifically, we celebrate our relationship with the Triune God as we gather together corporately each week. We are to build one another up to live lives that glorify God and spread the fragrance of Christ to the lost world around us so that others would come to worship him also (Eph. 5:18-21; Col.3:16; 1 Cor. 2:15).  Worship should involve our entire being–mind, will, emotions, and strength.

In our worship services we seek to be…

Bible-saturated – We seek to preach, pray, sing, and read God’s Word in our worship services.  God has graciously revealed himself to us in his Word - it's how we truly know the One we worship!

Gospel-centered – We seek to celebrate Jesus as the One who brings us into God’s presence. It's not about not an experience, a person, or a particular style of music.  Our worship service should communicate that God is holy, we are sinners, Jesus saved us, and, now, we are free to serve him until the day we see him. If the gospel is the central message of God’s people, then we ought to celebrate it corporately as well!

Diverse and unified – We seek to model diversity in our expressions of worship that demonstrate the reconciling power of the Gospel. We seek to let our worship unite us by showing love, not divide us by embracing our preferences.  We like to sing old songs, new songs, and songs that welcome people from a variety of backgrounds.  Whatever we sing, we always seek to lift high the name of Jesus.

Our purpose is to glorify God by engaging others to worship Him in spirit and in truth.

We believe God is seeking those who would worship him in spirit and in truth (John 4:24). Our desire is that as we gather each week we encourage one another to engage passionately in worship that encompasses our entire being because of the truth that God has rescued us from our sin. We seek to engage both our heads and our hearts every time we gather.  Jesus commanded us to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. In other words, we are to involve our entire being - mind, will, emotions, and physical strength - in the worship of our great God.


How can I serve?

There are many way to serve including audio, video, musicians, vocalists, worship choir, creative arts, etc.