In worship we are united, acknowledging the holiness of God, to hear God’s Word, to offer prayer and to celebrate God’s presence among us.
All are welcome to participate in our worship because it is in worship that we live out our life as a Christian family together. Scripture is the foundation of our worship. The service follows an order found in our worship book called the Book of Common Prayer, two-thirds of which is scriptural. Every worship service includes the reading of Holy Scripture from the Old and New Testaments. Many of our prayers and hymns are filled with Scripture.
The Book of Common Prayer includes a variety of ancient and modern prayers and worship services for occasions when the whole community gathers, or for individual use. The Book of Common Prayer allows everyone to participate, reminding us that each person is an important part of the worship experience, whether the service is a celebration or a solemn occasion. It is a guidebook for Daily Christian living.
Music, both traditional and contemporary, is an integral part of uniting our prayers and Scripture.