We seek to know Christ and to make Him known by: worshipping Him in spirit and in truth, growing in discipleship, providing compassionate care, and being faithful stewards of God’s gifts, as inspired by the Holy Spirit and guided by God’s inerrant Word.
Worship is the heart of what we are called to do as Christians. This is why it is the first point of our Mission Statement. Our Worship is to be “In Spirit and in Truth.” This means that whether you like contemporary music or traditional hymns shouldn’t matter. What should matter is the heart. A heart turned toward our Lord and maker and praising him while acknowledging our gratefulness of His Grace and Lordship.
We have an early service at 9am where those who prefer a contemporary style of worship can offer themselves up to the service of the Lord. Style of this service is acoustic Christian relaxed. It is a service where you can meet friends and God in one space and time.
We have another service at 11am where those who prefer a more formal or “liturgical” style of worship can offer themselves up to the service of the Lord. Style of this service is more traditional, and has responses sung by the choir and read by the congregation.
It is not a matter of which is right, it is a matter of the heart.
What do we believe? Well, we could go on for days here, but maybe your question is more pointed than that. For instance, you may want to know what we believe about infant baptism, or what is our understanding of communion, or how do we understand the resurrection of Jesus? If you have a question along these terms, or just want some ideas about what Presbyterians believe in general, I invite you to go to this link. It answers an abundance of questions without reprinting them here.