The Lord loves music, but worship is so much more than music. Instruments and voices are mere tools made available to hearts that long to express their love, praise, and adoration to our Savior and King. Worship, by definition, has an object, and it is not us. Jesus is the object of our worship, therefore the content of our praise is about Him, directed to Him, and offered for His pleasure. In response to the woman at the well, Jesus identified two essential elements necessary to God honoring worship; it is our goal therefore to worship the Lord "In spirit and in truth." Heartfelt worship should be led by the Holy Spirit, and centered in the Truth of God's Word.
Prayer is one of the most important things we can do to strengthen our relationship with the Lord. In prayer we praise God, give thanks, intercede, and are built up. We incorporate group prayer into our Sunday morning services, as well as at our weekly mid-week fellowships.