Worship is far more than a Sunday morning activity. It is a whole life posture. Worshiping God is a highly subversive act; it unmasks our selfishness, exalts the one true God as the source of all life and binds us together as a community of service and witness. The contemporary conversation about worship is too often overcome by me-centered concerns over style, experience, and comfort, rather than how we might surrender to God’s redemptive work in the world and in our lives. Through our worship, God forms us to be a people committed to doing justice, loving-kindness and walking humbly with God.