We want to worship in spirit and in truth, in a manner that expresses our joy in our glorious God.
Our worship is both glad and reverent, lifting up our minds in praise, thanksgiving, repentance, intercession, and commitment.
We are convinced that what God wants in worship is more important than what we want.
We teach from the Bible, verse-by-verse, and trust the Holy Spirit to apply it to our hearts.
We endeavour to equip the saints for the work that God appoints them to for their whole lives, not just Sundays.
We are an independent, evangelical fellowship rooted in historical Christian confessions.
Luke 6:12 "It was at this time that
He went off to the mountain to pray,
and He spent the whole night in prayer to God."
Using the Shorter
Westminster Catechism questions,
Stuart Olyott addresses:
“What is the chief end of man?"
Sunday, February 3
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