What does a service here look like?

We strive to make worship reverent and Christ-centered. This means that worship should be designed for God's people to know they are in the midst of a holy God. We are called to give worship to Him, not the other way around.

Being Christ-centered is to focus all things on Jesus Christ. The "Order of Worship" aims to communicate the story of redemption throughout the service. Each worship service should be a reminder and rehearsal of life in the gospel. 

Here is what you will typically see if you attend one of our services:

  • Call to Worship: A reading from the Scriptures calling God's people to worship Him.
  • Hymns: The Lord's people respond with adoration and praise.
  • Invocation: A prayer asking God to meet with His people.
  • Confession of Sin: The Lord's holiness exposes our sinfulness.
  • Assurance of Pardon: The Lord speaks from His Word in assurance that we are forgiven.
  • Hymn of Response: God's people are moved to praise!
  • Pastoral Prayer: The Lord hears the prayers of His people as we lift our needs to Him.
  • Giving of Tithes and Offerings: We give back, with glad hearts, what the Lord has given us.
  • Children's Sermon: Jesus loves the little children and desires that we bring them to Him.
  • Sermon: The expositional preaching of God's holy Word.
  • Closing Hymn: Let the people praise Him!
  • Benediction: A pastoral prayer of blessing given to God's people. 

We are excited to have you join us for worship!