We gather as one local assembly of believers on Sunday, the Lord’s Day, to worship our crucified, risen, and coming again Savior (Acts 20:7; 1 Corinthians 10:17; 11:17, 16:2; Revelation 1:10). Our morning service is our primary whole assembly gathering for worship. Our evening gathering allows us to sing more songs of praise and focus on another expositional series through the Scripture. It also provides an opportunity for gatherings of the body that cannot take place in the morning (e.g., members’ meetings, musical services, prayer meetings). These two times are when we function together as one body of believers, beholding and proclaiming the glory of God in the face of Jesus by means of Scripture, fellowship, ordinances, and prayer (Acts 2:42). We view these times of gathering to be foundational to all the discipleship that takes place within the life of our assembly (Ephesians 4:11-16).