"I grew up in the Wesleyan style of worship, a member of the Nazarene church for most of my life. I believe Jesus calls all to repentance and then into salvation but the choice will always be ours to make. And once we’ve accepted Jesus into our hearts, our lives then becomes a continuous act of worship. While Sunday mornings play a very important part of our worship, it’s in our daily walk with Jesus where we demonstrate that same worship as we show a broken world the love of God. As a pastor, it is an honor and privilege for me to be a part of this worship.
Although the bible gives us clues as to how we’re to worship Christ, there is no single way our worship has to look. As long as we approach God with
sincerity and a true desire to grow closer to Him, our worship will be different from the church down the street. Worship doesn't always have to be serious and follow a set routine, just as long as it is genuine. So, if I’m going to be anything, I’m going to be genuine in how I present the gospel to the people. Laughter, tears, jokes, stories...and mispronounced biblical names are all part of the package.
I sincerely look forward to meeting and getting to know you. May your life be blessed through knowing Jesus Christ."
- Pastor S.