We often think of worship as just singing, but it’s so much more than that!
Biblically the model of worship that we see, such as in 1 Chronicles 16:29, often involves bringing a sacrifice to God and bowing in submission to him. So worship is about making a sacrifice of some sort to show God that we’re submitting to him. Ultimately we believe that worship is a submissive posture of the heart. That means that anything can be an act of worship!
Worship isn’t what we do, but why we do it – and who we do it for.
So we can worship anywhere, at any time. Not just on Sundays! We worship by giving of our finances, giving of our time, and giving of our hearts by seeking God even when we don’t feel like it. We can worship by trying to love our co-workers and our neighbors, even when they are driving us crazy.
Any time we do something with a submissive heart postured towards God, that’s worship! And when we worship God seven days a week, it makes our time of corporate worship even more rich and meaningful. When we come into the house of God with his praises already on our lips it allows us to more readily join in and connect with congregational music and worship freely.