The New Testament comments little on the place, style, or forms of worship. Rather, it calls for a radical, inward authenticity of worship and an all-encompassing pervasiveness of worship in all of life. What, then, is the essence of this all-encompassing pervasiveness of worship?
We believe that “the essential, vital, indispensable, defining heart of worship is the experience of being satisfied with God. And the reason this worship pervades all of life is that all Christian behavior is properly motivated by a thirst for more and more satisfaction with God.” [John Piper, “Making God Supreme in Missions” p.247]
In light of this, our worship services are marked by consecutive expositional preaching through books of the Bible, by congregational prayer, by the observance of the Lord’s Supper and Baptism, by the reading aloud of Holy Scripture, and by exuberant singing of God-centered hymns and songs. We keep in mind that corporate worship is participatory in nature and is God centered. We do not gather to be entertained, but to hear and pray and sing the Good News of Jesus Christ.