In an age of worship being designed for different target audiences, the target audience of our worship is God Himself. Therefore, our worship is all about Him. The Word is read, the Gospel is proclaimed, and the Bible is preached expositionally. We sing hymns, new songs, and Psalms. We pray. The dress is informal. But we do not take a casual attitude toward worship. It's the very reason why we were created. We strive to worship in spirit and truth, and we follow the Regulative Principle of Worship.
Because we believe that God has prescribed how He desires to be worshiped throughout Scripture, we follow the reformed practice of worship known as the Regulative Principle of Worship (RPW); that is, we only practice in corporate worship what Scripture specifically commands us to do. Our worship therefore is simple, stressing the Ordinary Means of Grace; the reading and preaching of the Word, prayer, singing Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, and observing the ordinances. Most importantly, our worship is God-centered, recognizing that He is alone the consumer, object, and focus of worship.