Our worship is intentionally God-centered. We sing songs and hymns that point away from ourselves and point to God as the only One deserving honor and glory. Currently we are using Sovereign Grace hymns.
Pastoral prayers are aimed at reflecting on our dependence on Christ, reflecting on the greatness of God, the kindness of His grace, and asking that our hearts and minds would be receptive to Him.
Preaching is primarily expositional, bringing out the truths of the biblical text and applying it to our daily lives. This is done with the conviction that Scripture is inspired and useful for teaching, reproof, correction and training in the Christian life (2 Timothy 3:16). Listen to sermons here.
We make intentional time to fellowship before, during, and after the service. We are gathering together as God’s family for mutual edification and encouragement.
We take the Lord’s Supper together the first Sunday of the month. We take the bread and the cup in remembrance of Jesus’ sacrifice allowing the church to collectively display the gospel to one another until Christ returns.
After singing and prayer, parents may take their children to children's church if they choose. Currently, children are studying the book of Genesis and learning the New City Catechism.