What is Reformed worship exactly? Well, in the Reformation theologians like Martin Luther and John Calvin made it clear that we are saved by grace alone, through faith in Christ alone, and Scripture alone is our authority in our faith and life. With this new found emphasis on Scripture, worship in the Reformed tradition is focused on the triune God and is guided by Scripture, saturated with Scripture, and centered on the reading and preaching of God’s word.
In Traditional Reformed Worship we want to pray the word, sing the word, and speak the word. For we believe that it is through the Scriptures that we encounter God, learn who God is, and discover who God is calling us to be. If you want to encounter God through a service of worship that is saturated in Scripture, then I would encourage you to join us for Traditional Reformed Worship in our beautiful sanctuary at 11:00 where we gather around the word of God and are led by our beautiful organ and sanctuary choir in the singing of Hymns to almighty God. People often call it Traditional worship, but it’s not just traditional worship. It is Reformed, and that makes all the difference.