The Hebrew word translated worship means, literally, “to fall or to prostrate yourself before someone on the ground, touching your forehead to earth.” John the Baptist captured this perfectly in John 3:30 when he said, “He[Jesus] must increase, but I must decrease.” We believe that the focus of our worship should not be on music style, on self, our problems, other people or circumstances, but on the glorification of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is our prayer that all of our worship offerings at Moffett Road inspire commitment to God through meaningful, biblical, and relevant worship that spills over into all areas of life and causes worshipers to center on Christ who we gather together to celebrate.
The heavenly picture of worship is clear: Worship represents Jesus Christ through re-presentation. Worship tells and acts out the living, dying, and rising of Christ. Worship celebrates Christ’s victory over evil, the certain doom of Satan, and the promise of a new heaven and a new earth.