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I'm New Here

About our worship

Going to a new church is like going to a new area of a certain country or continent—they might all speak the same language but there is a different accent wherever you go, and it takes a bit of getting used to in order to join in the conversations with ease.

The accent of our church is probably our Order of Worship.

Our worship service is shaped like a conversation with God. God calls, we respond.

We follow a particular order of worship. We do this in the hope that the shape of our worship will help shape our lives. It looks like this:

God Calls us to Worship

Worship is our calling, our human vocation, and this is given by God. And we respond by entering in, gathering, and praising God for this calling.

God Renews us in His Grace

We do not always live lives that reflect our true calling to give glory to God, so God calls us to confession and we respond by taking time to pray both individually and as a community. And the Good News is that when we come to God in confession for our sins, God forgives! We are renewed in His grace.

God Speaks to us with His Word

As forgiven people we seek to live lives that reflect God’s grace. So we read the Bible and listen to it preached, taught, explained and illustrated so that we can know how to live in light of God’s grace today. We respond by dedicating ourselves to Christian living in prayer for each other and our community, and also by giving financially to the work of our church and other organizations doing God’s work.

God Sends us Out to Love and Serve

We do not leave church, but are sent. And we are sent with a blessing to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ in our world, community, families, friendships and work places.

The Lord bless you and keep you;
the Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you;
the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.” (Numbers 6:24-26)

In our worship services we try to place our story in God’s story. So the Bible is central to our gathering time. We read from it. We sing it. We preach it. We pray it. And then we are sent to live it.