We were created to worship, but the human condition often leads to misplaced worship. The Lord calls His people to live, serve, and worship together in community and so King's Parish seeks to create an atmosphere where our worship is sharpened, reflective, and reinforced through that community. With the necessary and heart changing tools of Biblical instruction and the means of grace, we seek to train, love, and live in such a way that our theology and habits are aligned.
Worship should be crafted for the adoration of the living God and when his people adore Him with joy, reverence, and attention to His
voice, God is powerfully present. While many come to Christ through the accurate, clear, and relevant preaching of the Word, they come by the exercise of true worship, not “worship” crafted for them (Acts 2). Worship is not, in the strictest sense, an evangelistic event. Does this mean that our “joyful, reverent, and intimate” worship service would not lead people to Christ? By all means — no. King's Parish is engaging in its preaching, compassionate to its people, joyfully high and holy in its worship, and expectant that this worship will shape and form each life in the day to day.