Worship is our response to the overtures of love from the heart of the Father. Its central reality is found ‘in spirit and truth.’ It is kindled within us only when the Spirit of God touches our human spirit.” Richard Foster
We have been blessed so much by God, we count it a joy to gather for corporate worship to praise our Creator. Our prayer for worship is to experience the presence of God, the grace of Christ, and the peace of the Spirit. We Worship through praise by singing hymns and contemporary songs. We Worship through prayer by being still in silent meditation and praying for the needs of family and friends as a church. We Worship through a time of fellowship by welcoming each other in the love of God. We Worship through giving back to God a portion of what we have been bestowed. We worship by responding to God and committing to live out our faith.
“In worship and increased power steals its way into the heart sanctuary, and increased compassion grows in the soul. To worship is to change.”
Our desire is to leave worship as changed people. Worship sends us off in a different direction, it fills us, lifts us, equips us, and gives us strength to go and serve.