Reformed worship is essentially biblical worship. We believe that worship exists for us to glorify God rather than ourselves, but that as we do this, God graciously changes us in the process. Since worship is for God, he gets to decide how it is to be done. He has given us this information in his word. At the most basic level, this means that our worship contains the "means of grace" that are to be present in the corporate worship. These means include prayers, public reading of Scriptures, preaching and hearing the Word of God, teaching and admonishing one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, and the proper administration of the Lord's Supper and baptism. God says that he blesses his people when they attend these means of grace together through faith and we have seen him do this now for countless people over nearly two decades as a church.