We take our musical worship very serious

It is our desire to worship God in spirit and in truth as Jesus commands:

God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.
— JOHN 4:24

This means that our songs must be about His characteristics and qualities and His intervention into human history (truth), as well as a proclamation by us of our adoration, thankfulness, and identity as His redeemed children (spirit).

We believe that our thoughts about God and who He is (theology) must direct and inform our song choice for corporate worship (doxology). It is our desire to lift up Jesus as His people redeemed for Himself so that we may enter into the Father’s presence through Jesus by His Spirit. We experience unity, awe, and the weight of His glory when we worship as a family.

-Philip Alford, WORSHIP LEADER