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Understanding our Worship Service
The ultimate goal in our worship service is to praise, honor, and glorify God.
To strive toward this goal we have designed our order of worship
“to communicate the truths of Scripture, touch the hearts of worshipers with the implications of those truths, and then equip believers to live faithfully in the world as witnesses to those truths.” 
We recognize that God has created people with different preferences and expressions of worship. Thus, we are seeking an order of worship that “serves multiple generations, stays rooted in the past, blossoms toward the future, stimulates childlike love, strives for excellence in presentation, bridges cultural barriers, and encourages ever-greater understanding” of God and His Word. 
See here for our current components and order of worship, with an explanation of the purpose of each component. We must to not do these things arbitrarily, without thought, and out of routine. We must seek God with our whole heart and soul, and remember we are coming together to worship the God of the Universe, our Creator, our Savior, and Our King.
See below a few videos explaining more about our worship services.
1 - Bryan Chapell, Christ-Centered Worship: Letting the Gospel Shape Our Practice, 21.
2 - Ibid., 140.
We understand that you may be providentially hindered from attending in person for a variety of reasons, which is why we seek to Live Stream and record for later viewing both our Sunday and Wednesday Worship Services.
Available on Youtube, Facebook, and Podcast Formats below.
Even though you are away from us physically, this provides us a way to stay connected, so if you do watch online, please comment on the video to let us know you're watching (As many of you do!)
We also encourage everyone to take the “one another” commands in Scripture seriously and see the importance of being together as the family of God in verses such as Hebrews 10:24 “And let us consider one another in order to provoke love and good works, Hebrews 10:25 not neglecting to gather together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging each other, and all the more as you see the day approaching.”