We desire genuine adoration or true worship that:

We desire genuine adoration or true worship that:

  1. Glorifies God
  2. Edifies the body of Christ
  3. Magnifies the message of salvation through Christ alone

Ephesians 5:19, Colossians 3:16, 1 Corinthians 14:24-25

Reformed worship is God-centered and governed by the biblical guidelines given to us through Scripture alone. In our worship, we seek to be connected to the best of the past without becoming idolatrous of the past (i.e., traditional, not traditionalism), contextualized in the present without allowing pop-culture to dictate our approach to worship, and establishing worship that sets a standard for the future.

We meet weekly for worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM.


Our worship is Liturgical. This means it follows a form. There are moments in the service when we pray written prayers together as a community. There are also times in the service reserved for silent reflection and prayer. There are moments when we listen to God’s word being read or taught and others when we’re given time to greet one another. We use ancient prayers and confessions as well as newer ones. You’ll notice most of what we say and do is based directly on passages from the Bible. That’s pretty important to us as well.