The focus of all our worship is to bring glory and pleasure to God, and to “enjoy Him forever“ as the Westminster Shorter Catechism puts it. Our sanctuary is as much a part of our offering to God as our praise and singing. The original building was built during WWII and featured a unique dome with a cross over the bell tower. The newly renovated building has recovered the original architecture and provided a new extended entrance. The inside was totally renovated with additional seating around the center pulpit forming a cross.
The building is not a showcase of human gifts, but a place where all people hear the glorious Gospel and enter the presence of the God to whom all nations will give glory.
Because God has graciously given us all things in Jesus Christ, we should “not offer sacrifices that cost us nothing” (2 Sam. 24:24). Worship is about giving God our best in response to His overwhelming grace.