Worship is more than just singing, but singing is definitely a vital part of our worship. Most of our songs are very contemporary, but we also draw from hymns that have been sung by generations of Christians before us. Regardless of the song selection, though, our musical worship is passionate and exuberant.
God gave us the Bible because he has a message to communicate to us. Our goal on Sunday morning is to proclaim HIS message by exposing what a passage of the Bible says, what it means, and how it applies to us in the twenty-first century. The things He emphasizes are the things we should emphasize, so we talk a lot about His glory and His grace.
While we are modern people expressing our faith in modern ways, we also want to be reminded that the Christian faith itself is ancient. So we aim to put worshippers in touch with “ancient treasures” that have been part of Christian worship since the earliest days of the church. This includes things such as baptism and the Lord’s Supper, the Lord’s Prayer, The Apostles’ Creed, and responsive readings of scripture or confessions of faith.