We worship the one only living and true God who is revealed in the Bible and who is the source of all life, glory, goodness, and blessedness.


There is one God alone, infinite and eternal, Creator of all things, the greatest good, who is one in essence or nature, yet who exists in a plurality of three distinct persons—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.


God created the universe and everything in it for the manifestation of God’s glory, eternal power, wisdom, and goodness. He is sovereign working all things according to the counsel of his omnipotent and righteous will. Yet God has seen fit to accommodate free will among moral creatures, resulting in great cultural and cosmic good and terrible evil, disorder, and disobedience. Nevertheless, God is in no way the author of sin, but  continues to govern creation in such a way as to cause all things to work together for good for those who love God and are called according to his purpose.


When we were dead in trespasses and sin, God made us alive with Christ, saving us by grace through faith, as a sheer gift of sovereign love.


God—and God alone—is worthy of worship. We respond to God by consciously and intentionally seeking to declare, explore, celebrate, and submit to God’s righteous and gracious kingship over all of creation and over every aspect of our individual and corporate life, and thereby “to glorify him and enjoy him forever.” (Westminster, 7.01) This is true worship.