What is Worship?

The word worship comes from the same root as the word worth.  Worshiping God is us expressing what God is worth to us.  It is about thanksgiving and praise to God for what God has already done for us - especially through Jesus Christ.  It is giving to God what God deserves and not about God giving us what we think we deserve.  Join us for in-person worship or join us on Facebook every Sunday at 10:30 am and let us worship God

with you wherever you are in Spirit and Truth.

In-person and On Facebook every sunday at 10:30 am

Our in-person and on-line worship service offers opportunities to encounter and connect with God through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, a message, prayers, a children's message, and a variety of music.

Why one Worship Time?

Our one worship service is at 10:30 am on Sunday mornings.  There are two main reasons for why we have gone to one service.

 

1.  This is a time to be united as one church and one community. There are lots of things in the world that have caused us to be divided as a society, but church service times should not be among them.  Having two worship services, by its very nature, divides the body into two churches based on preferred time, preferred music style and preferred experiences.  Now, more than ever, we need more opportunities to be united, not more reasons to be divided.  Worshiping together during one service allows us to be one body of Christ.


2.  We need to seek an encounter with God and allow God to connect with us through as many opportunities as we can during worship.  In our worship of God, we need to be willing to meet God in various types of music, liturgy and experiences, not just in our favorite type of music, style or our expectations.  Our one worship service is planned intentionally to offer a variety of opportunities each week and should no longer be described as contemporary, traditional, or any other consumer-oriented label.  Instead, our one worship service is designed to be and should be described only as authentically and intentionally Christ-centered. 


Join us as we unite as one Body of Christ and connect to the one true God.  


"Didn't like worship at your church this Sunday? 'Did it occur to you that we weren't worshipping you?'" Francis Chan