We desire that our liturgy and music bears witness to the glory of God as we communicate the gospel in all elements of our worship and respond to God's Word and redemptive work through Jesus Christ our Lord. Our worship functions in various ways to praise God, confess sin, offer ourselves in service to him, and profess our faith. We employ a balance of different liturgical texts and musical styles/genres each week as much as possible. Maintaining some variety lends freshness and a wider musical and emotional palette through which the church can respond to God appropriately.
Regarding musical worship, each individual has certain preferences and experiences and, while there is no formula, we try to avoid falling into extremes of singing virtually all classic hymns or modern praise songs in any one service on a consistent basis. We want to pattern after Scripture in singing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs with the melody of the gospel in our hearts and on our lips.
If you have further questions about our worship, please feel free to contact us and we will answer all the questions you may have. You can also explore more specifics regarding our worship by visiting our FAQ page. For a detailed review of our philosophy of worship, please refer to the article found here.