Our church assembles on the Lord’s Day (Sunday) in order to offer God public praise (i.e. worship), which is at the same time our public witness to the community. This public worship is Trinitarian, directed to God the Father, in the name of God the Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world, and through the power of God the Holy Spirit.
The elements or activities of our worship are built around the Bible: the word is read, preached, sung, prayed, and displayed (in the sacraments). Our services are simple yet substantial; orderly yet alive; reverent, yet not stuffy.