Awe and wonder is our first response to The Holy.
Thanks and praise, our second.
We gather in worship to practice them both.
We spend our days abiding in God in whom, we’re told, we live and move and have our very being. Some of us do so consciously, some less so, but all of us have a hunch there is something more than meets the eye, something greater than ourselves – a meaning and purpose to life that makes sense of our joys and sorrows, our hopes and hurts, our courage and our fear.
We gather in worship to connect the dots.
The pattern is clear, the rhythm rewarding. We call it ‘liturgy.’
We gather. We listen. We pray. We eat. We head back out into the world.

Jesus asks us to ‘do these things in remembrance’ of Him.
Our worship reminds us that it’s our ‘doing’ that binds us together; not our ‘believing.’
So rest assured there’s a diversity of backgrounds and beliefs present in the pews beside you.
This is in fulfilment of our call to heal the world, one relationship at a time.
And it is God, the primary agent in our lives together, who does it.
So, as we say, our liturgy has a huge carrying capacity – and also a wicked sense of humor.
Come and see for yourself!