The highest point in the life of our church family is the Sunday Morning worship service. We come together as a family to glorify God, to look to His Son, and be transformed by the Holy Spirit into the image of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Our worship should be filled with both an abundance of joy, and humble awe. We sense our weakness before a holy God, confess our sins, and anticipate the renewing work of God.
God forgave us and empowered us with his grace, so we sing his praises. Sometimes our songs are contrite pleas for mercy; other times, they are triumphant expressions of jubilation. Some of our songs come from composers of our own time, and others are drawn from the rich heritage of our ecclesiastical past. As a body, we exalt God and encourage one another to praise him.
Whether “contemporary” or “classical” in style, both our services aim at one purpose: giving glory and honor to Jesus Christ. May he penetrate a dark world with his radiant light – a light to save and transform many to the glory of God.
“Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name; worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.” – Psalm 29:2