Our second core value as a church is worship. As a church we desire to bring glory to God through worshipping Him with our time, money, talents, and abilities (John 4:21-24; Romans 11:36; 1 Corinthians 10:31).
One definition of worship is:
Indeed, worship is not merely an aspect of our being but the essence of our being as God's image bearers. As a result, all of life is ceaseless worship. Practically, this means that while worship does include corporate church meetings, singing songs, and liturgical forms, it is not limited by these things, defined solely as these things, or expressed only in these things, because worship never stops. Rather, we are continually giving ourselves away or pouring ourselves out for a person, cause, experience, achievement, or status. (Mark Driscoll & Gerry Breshears. Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe)
As we are encountered and transformed by Jesus' Gospel, our lives should be brought from the desire to bring worship to ourselves and false gods to the realization that Jesus deserves every aspect of our lives and all of it should be for His glory.
At The Well our vision is to know Christ and to make Him known so that those who do not worship Jesus Christ as Lord will be brought to Him and those who profess Christ will continually draw more closely to Him.
We believe that worship is not merely something we do on a Sunday morning but rather something that we must live moment by moment. It is our desire that as people move through the process of becoming a disciple of Jesus they will encounter Him through the Gospel proclaimed and be drawn into His presence through worship.