Worship is the seeking of God, the One who is love, and the pursuit of His presence (being with Him.) In this pursuit we lean in (we labor into the rest) to push first into then past both the outer and inner courts in hopes to meet Him in the deepest submersion possible: the Holy of Holies. There, our goal is to fellowship with Him in the secret place for as long as it remains open. Our desire is then to learn to continue to host the Holy Spirit and learn to live and function out of that place. If our lives are transformed from living outside the camp, living in the outer court, or in living in the inner court to abiding always in the secret place, then when we come together our corporate worship will transform as well and we could find that the manifest Presence of God could fall so thick that we would not be able to stand because of the weight of His glory as in Kings chapter 8:
“It happened that when the priests came from the holy place, the cloud filled the house of the LORD, so that the priests could not stand in order to minister because of the cloud, for the glory of the LORD filled the temple.”
How we worship
We believe very stongly in connecting with God's heart during our worship times. You will hear songs led by our worsip team. Some of the songs we do are originals and others are from artists from all over the world. We also include older worship songs and even hymns, but we try to do everything with a modern style to it. You will see people singing, lifting hands, kneeling, dancing, waving banners, painting, leading out in prophetic words and prayers, and many other forms of worship.
Below is a link to a book written by Matt Pastor that gives a deep insight to our heart as a culture of worship