Worship is a response to God with our whole being. In this response, we should adore, revere and glorify God. Our worship should not stem from or be prompted by anything external. Rather, worship should simply happen because of the unchangeable fact that God is God. Worship is a posture that we should consistently maintain in our day-to-day lives. Communal worship should just be a continuation of our personal and ongoing worship.

As a team, we understand that our primary responsibility is to freely “ascribe to the LORD the glory due his name; worship the LORD in the splendor of his holiness (Psalm 29:2).” Such an active stance should naturally lead others to long for a divine encounter through a similar response of thoughtful and heartfelt worship.

“There is, however, equally great incentive to worship and love God in the thought that, for some unfathomable reason, He wants me as His friend, and desires to be my friend, and has given His Son to die for me in order to realize this purpose. not merely that we know God, but that He knows us.” (J.I. Packer)

Our resolve is to worship our Savior unashamedly, to use our God-given gifts unreservedly, and to encourage and equip others to worship Him alone unselfishly.