Philosophy of Worship

…But the time is coming—and is here!—when true worshippers will worship in spirit and truth. The Father looks for those who worship him this way. God is spirit, and it is necessary to worship God in spirit and truth. —John 4: 23-24 (CEB)
Worship is not about us. Worship is about God.
Matters of form and style are important to help us connect with God. Yet, forms and styles are more about us than God. They will always change, and God delights in anything that honors and glorifies Him. We believe that most important to worship of God is a heart that longs to worship God.
Our particular forms and styles are traditional. Yet that does not mean lifeless. We are a community of joy, grace and humor, and this shines through in our worship. Regardless of style, we remain focused on the Triune God we worship. The cross is the focal point in our sanctuary. Whether in music, creeds, preaching, or sacraments, we come sincerely and joyfully, and expect God to meet us there.
Whatever styles or forms you are used to, whether you are comfortable in church or not at all, we invite you to join us, and we pray, hope, and expect that, during our worship service, you will meet God, who was seeking you long before you were him.