The church was made to gather. When we gather, it is an act of corporate worship to God the Father and—when done in truth and in spirit—it moves those gathered from simply being spectators to being truly active participants in the worship experience.
Worship Brings Glory to God
When we acknowledge God’s greatness and give him honor through praise and worship, we bring glory to God. God’s glory is the essence of his nature; he alone deserves to be praised, honored, and worshipped.
“Worthy are you, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they existed and were created.” Revelation 4:11 (ESV)
Worship Brings True Koinonia
When we worship together as brothers and sisters in Christ, we experience true koinonia, a genuine sense of sweet fellowship and community, that is meant to exist within the church. It is a kinship found only through intimate worship participation and results in fellowship, sharing, and giving, in the truest sense of the words. The same intimacy that links us individually to Jesus links us to each other when we worship together.
Growing in Knowledge, Grace, and, Wisdom
The act of gathering gives us inspiration and helps us to grow in knowledge, grace, and, wisdom. Through worship, we are renewed and recharged—ready to take our faith out into the world and incorporate it into our daily living.
Join us for worship this Sunday. You’ll find a place that helps you understand that you are part of the body of God, and it is something much bigger than yourself! Click to discover more about worship opportunities at Franklin Heights Church.