In many ways we believe that prosperous and faith-filled ministries begin with a heart and a posture for true worship. We view the act of worship as essentially praising God for who He is and what He has done on our behalf. To us, worship goes well beyond a song or lyrics, it’s a choice to be or become dependent, humble, and in awe. Worship is also central to all of our services, either mid-week or on Sundays. Everyone is welcome to join us in worship and to sing to the Lord. We believe, too, that getting creative with worship is an expression of honoring our God and our God-given innovation. To us, this means that we’ll worship God outside, down the street, or in other “non-traditional” means, so that people might grow closer to God, no matter their location.