The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. That statement says that all of life is about worship, the glorification and enjoyment of God. Worship is not limited to Sunday morning. In fact, if the only time we think about worshipping God is on Sunday morning then we are missing out on an important aspect of life.
At Transformation we believe life should be spent worshipping the living God whenever and wherever we are since God is the creator of all that we can see and enjoy. Worship means to ascribe worth and as we consider all He has done for us in giving us life, in giving us eternal life, in providing for our needs for friendship, fellowship and material needs, we are meant to ascribe that worth to Him, by remembering Him in adoration, praise and thanksgiving.
Probably the one place at Transformation where ancient and future meet most clearly is in our Sunday celebration of worship as a community. Our common worship is traditional in that we use liturgies that connect us with the tradition of the church from its inception and with Anglicans all over the world who use these same forms, prayers and lessons. Our music includes ancient hymns and modern praise and worship songs, as Jesus said to his disciples, "Every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a master of a house, who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old."
We believe that tradition of common prayer and worship we have inherited has value in ordering our lives together. It gives us a language for worship that the culture doesn't teach and allows us to offer our best to the Lord. Our worship includes sharing in the table fellowship of Holy Communion as Jesus shared this with His disciples in order that we be gathered into a community of disciples in the same way.