Meaningful worship takes place as we practice the disciplines of the Spirit such as fasting and prayer. Worship inspires us and releases the power of God in our lives. Worship reorients our lives to that of Christ. It is an imperative spiritual discipline for all believers, used by God to shape us into the holy image of Jesus.
Meaningful worship allows time in corporate services for God to move among us in His own way. The early church gathered frequently for community worship services and allowed God to work freely among them. We must be willing to stop our agendas and allow time for God to complete His agenda among us. Meaningful worship makes room for God to move freely as we wait for Him with expectation. We must allow time for God to reveal himself and to convince, move, touch, save, and sanctify people in His own way and on His timetable. We should come to every worship gathering with the anxious anticipation that God will meet us in that gathering and move among us.
We must anticipate God to move in very obvious ways, to do what only God can do, as we gather weekly to worship. We must never ever be satisfied with the ordinary routine of habitual gathering. The children of God must gather together weekly so they can be powerfully captivated by the Spirit of God. Nothing can substitute for the human spirit being energized by God’s Divine Spirit. This happens best in times of meaningful corporate worship.
A time of instrumental praise music as a prelude to our worship service.
A joyful time of praise, prayer, sharing, and listening to God's word.
Our worship music features a blend of traditional hymns & contemporary praise songs. We use keyboards, piano, organ, acoustic guitars, drums, horn, clarinet, cello, violin, trumpet, and other instruments we are blessed with.
Join us in our sanctuary for a time of prayer. Our Sanctuary is opened daily at 8:00 a.m. Monday-Saturday, and 6:30 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. on Sundays.