As you come to church, you will be greeted by someone at the door, or perhaps even in the parking lot. The greeter will provide a bulletin and order of worship, point you to the sanctuary, or help you with your children to nursery. But worship is more than just a warm greeting at the door. It ought to be a solemn, yet joyful encounter with the living God. Upon entrance into the sanctuary, you will find a prevailing atmosphere of quietness in anticipation of worship. Worship involves the entire human being – mind, heart and hands. We pray that your minds will be informed, your heart expanded and your hands loosed to live all of life in worship of the God who made us and also proclaims redemption. During worship, we use the King James Version (1611) of the Bible and sing from the Psalter (1918). You will find these in the pew in front of you. To help prepare you further for worship, continue reading the principles that guide our worship and a brief summary of our practice of worship.