Worship Drives Our Culture

The centerpiece of God’s presence in the world today is the church, and our gathered worship is the pinnacle of his presence.

The songs you sing are more primary than the vote you cast for the president

The preaching of the Word is more potent than Congress, for God is present and speaking when his Word is proclaimed.

The proper worship of God is much more significant to our health and social well-being than gun control laws or fiscal cliff deals.

In short, worship drives culture.

Worship Directs Our Work

We need the wisdom to work out our worship into all of life so that we consistently proclaim Jesus as Lord.

We want to make the true God inescapable in our own lives and the lives of those around us. We want men to know that he is the Lord. That is our goal for this series of studies from the Scriptures.

We want to gather new insights from the Word of God about how to worship God rightly, drive that deep into our hearts, and then work it out of our feet and fingertips.

Our plan in this series of sermons is to learn from old covenant worship about how we ought to worship in the new covenant. Of course, in order to do this, we need to pay careful attention to the work that Jesus has done.

It All Has To Come Back To Jesus Christ

As always, the good news of Jesus is central to our worship and our work. So we are going to start with some studies in the epistle to the Hebrews in the New Testament, then we are going to go back to the book of Leviticus to give a fully biblical structure to our worship. Once that is done, we will be better prepared to wisely live according to our new convenant relationship with God in the present day. We will study some of this on a very practical level from the book of Proverbs.

Be A Pioneer

We are like pioneers, clearing new ground in order to become productive for the Lord. We want to build a culture of faithfulness, making the church of the city of God that it is designed to be, calling the city of man to repent and trust in Jesus as Lord.

Join us as we draw near to God in Christ.