Read more about our five Worship values: Intimacy, Accessibility, Integrity, Kingdom Expectation and Passion.
Intimacy with God is the primary destination for us as we worship. We draw near to God, and He draws near to us. As we encounter His presence in worship, we cultivate a deep connection with him. Intimacy is not a musical style or a tone of voice; it is a posture of our hearts.
As worshipping communities, we extend the welcome of Jesus to people; inviting them to enter into His Presence. We are intentional about bringing people with us on a journey of worship by building as many bridges both musically and pastorally. From the style of music, to the songs that we sing, we are creating environments for people to participate in worship.
Our desire is that the songs that we sing, would match the lives that we lead. While we value the form that our worship takes, we place an even greater value on the formation of our community. Our gathered times of worship are powerful places of transformation. We enter God’s presence not as we think we should be, but come as we are. And yet, we don’t remain as we are; we are renewed and become increasingly like Jesus.
In worship we welcome the King and His Kingdom. We cultivate an expectation that God will speak, move, heal, deliver and perform miracles among us as we worship. We experience in part what we will ultimately know in full: our complete restoration in God’s Kingdom.
Passion is the expression of a fire in our hearts for God. As we worship, we not only affirm our love for God, but we learn to love what He loves. We are authentic in our worship, whether we are in a season of joyful celebration or a time of deep sorrow. As worshipping communities, we choose to be present to Jesus and engage with what He is doing in us and in our community.