God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.
— John 4:24 (KJV)
We emphasize the need for private study and prayer. But we also take heed to the Biblical command that we should gather for public worship. Psalm 95:6 says, “O come, let us worship and bow down, let us kneel before God our Maker.”
We believe the Bible teaches that the first day of the week (Sunday) is set aside for worship. On this day we gather together with the people of God for public worship.
As a Reformed Church, we conduct our Church service with reverence, conscious that we are in the presence of the Almighty God. Central in our worship is the preaching of the Word of God.
Our singing also reflect our deep reverence for God. We are very selective in our singing. We sing only those songs that contain sound teachings and that are God-centered in its contents. And for this reason, we also sing the Old Testament Psalms in our worship.
Reformed worship is beautiful. It does not need the excitement of sensual things. Rather, it possesses the beauty mentioned in Psalm 29:2, “Give unto the LORD the glory due unto his name; worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness.”
The beauty of Reformed worship is found in the faithful preaching of the Word of God, in the simple administration of the sacraments, and in the God-centered praises offered in sincerity and truth.
May the grace of Christ our Saviour,
and the Father's boundless love,
With the Holy Spirit's favour,
rest upon us from above.
Thus may we abide in union,
with each other and the Lord,
And possess in sweet communion,
joys which earth cannot afford.
Now blesed be Jehovah God,
The God of Israel,
[Who only doeth wondrous works,
In glory that excel.]
And blessed be His glorious Name
To all eternity;
[The whole earth let His glory fill.
Amen: So let it be.]