Worship, at its very core, is an act of love. We come to church to worship God, to adore him, because he is wonderful and glorious and worthy of our praise. We gather to give him thanks, because he is so good to us.

But what’s in it for us? When we worship, we share an experience that unites us in celebration, engages us in thoughtful dialogue relevant for today’s world, nourishes us for living, and helps us grow in faith.

Indeed, when we open our hearts and hands to God, we are able to receive his blessings.

We invite you to worship the crucified and risen Lord with us this Sunday, not only to find God, but to let him find you.