We meet on Sunday mornings in two locations to learn about God and worship Him. Click here to find out what a typical worship service is like at our Attridge location and our Broadway Gathering.
At our typical Sunday gatherings, we experience teaching of Scripture and various responses including music, art, dance, liturgy, free form, and creative media. There are many ways to express worship, but we want to make sure our expression comes from a right heart. Our desire at FGCC is to become passionate and authentic worshipers of Jesus.
Some priorities for worship at FGCC: In our worship gatherings, we want to emphasize three very basic things. The first is that our gatherings and our worship must be Christ centered. Jesus Christ is head of the church and we worship Him. The second is that our gatherings must be soaked in Scripture. The Bible is the most important way that God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. So, we want our gatherings to be Scripture soaked. You can expect to hear lots of Scripture at our worship services. The third is that we want our community of faith to have many opportunities to respond to God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. So the third priority is whole congregation response. We recognize that many people respond during times of song but there are other important responses too. We see silence, spoken prayer, encouraging each other and even giving of our finances as ways we respond to God. In our gatherings, we want to have many ways for people to respond as we see Jesus revealed. For our whole community of faith to respond, we also need a variety of ways of approaching “worship language.” Even though our primary language includes contemporary music, we also want to reach out beyond our preferences and learn how to worship ways beyond what might be most familiar to us. This could include ancient and modern hymns, simple choruses, and a blending of the old and new. It may also include other ways of engaging with the arts to bring glory and honour to God.