Worship is our full-life response of gratitude to God for God’s amazing grace to us. On Sunday mornings, we respond to God’s call to gather together as a community to lift our hearts and voices together in songs, prayers, offerings, sacraments, and the proclamation of the Good News of God’s work, though Jesus’ death and resurrection, to save us from our sinfulness and to restore all of God’s creation to wholeness and harmony.
We strive to worship God in ways that are:
Biblical – keeping the whole Word of God central, providing inspiration and instruction for daily living.
Reformed – gathering as a community shaped by the covenant promises of God, empowered by the work of the Holy Spirit within us, and with gratitude celebrating in every area of our lives the reconciling work of Jesus Christ through his death and resurrection.
Participatory – welcoming all and using the wide variety of gifts and skills that God has given to people of all ages and abilities.
Blended – rooted in Biblical and early church traditions, drawing on local and global resources and meaningfully combining historic and contemporary expressions of worship.