We at Proclamation believe that the highest activity we can engage in as human beings is to worship God as our great Creator and glorious Redeemer. To do so in a way that is fitting for God as he makes himself known in the Bible means we seek to worship him with reverence and awe. To gain a better idea of what to expect on Sundays, click here. And for a more in depth exploration of our view of worship, please read In Spirit and In Truth, a statement on worship approved by the Eldership.
Our services follow a pattern that begins with a call to worship from a verse or passage in the Bible, which leads into a sequence of hymns and prayers, readings from Scripture and the giving of tithes and offerings to God’s work. Preaching is a key component of worship which provides a focus on specific aspects of God and his gift of salvation and how we respond to him. The sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper, or communion, play an important part in our services as well.
Of course, the best way to get a feel for worship in Proclamation is to join us for one of our services.