About Our Worship Service
Three convictions guide our worship:

First, worship is for God’s glory. It is not a time to showcase man’s talent for man’s entertainment, but we acknowledge God’s greatness in his works of creation, redemption, and consummation. And if God is the center of our worship, the important question is not “What did I get out of worship?” but, “Did I offer to him acceptable worship?”

Second, as God knows best how he is to be worshipped, he alone can reveal to us what is acceptable worship. Therefore the only reliable and safe rule for God-pleasing worship is found in his Word. Thus the reading and the hearing of Scripture is central to our worship. Not only so, as we believe Scripture exclusively governs our worship, only those things explicitly commanded by God are included in our worship service. This is known as the Regulative Principle of worship.

Third, we do not worship God rightly except through Jesus Christ his son. Our worship therefore seeks to exalt the Father, in the proclamation of Jesus Christ who was crucified, died, and rose from the dead, through the power of the Holy Spirit.