Our Worship

Worship is both a public and a private responsibility of God’s people.

True worship comes from the heart as a response toward God’s greatness and grace.

We express worship visibly through such Biblical methods as prayer, singing, clapping, shouting, lifting our hands, playing musical instruments and dancing. Giving a portion of our income is also a means of worship.

God communicates His love and grace to us through testimonies, prophecy, interpretation of tongues, preaching, the scriptures, the word of knowledge, the word of wisdom, healings, and miraculous events. God can work through anyone who is yielded to Him, not just institutional leaders.

Music is an important vehicle in our congregation for expressing praise and worship, but true worship is not dependent on music.