St. Augustine said, “Our hearts are restless until they find their rest in Thee". Sunday morning worship allows us to rest in the Lord’s presence, the one who is our Creator, Sustainer, Redeemer and Friend. Our worship is a God centered historical blend of the worship of the Church throughout the ages. This worship reflects time honored songs, psalms, creeds, and expressions of worship used by the church throughout the centuries, as well as looking forward to incorporate new hymnody and contemporary expression of our ancient faith.
We believe that worship is a sacred dialogue between the Lord and his church. We joyfully worship “by the book” - that is we use the various components of worship found in the Bible. These elements include prayer, singing, reading and preaching the Bible, the sacraments (baptism and the Lord’s Supper), and the giving of offerings. In the dialogue of worship we hear from God in a variety of ways and we respond to Him giving him our praise with songs, giving him our needs/dependence with prayers, giving him our sin by confession and giving him our life by our commitments. Worship is the primary means that God chooses to strengthen and gather his people. Since worship encompasses our response to His loving provision, nothing is more honoring of His grace and glorifying to God than to enjoy His presence and rehearse the gospel together.