At Dillman, we strive for worship that is Spirit-led and contemporary. We worship the Lord seriously, joyfully, and enthusiastically. Our main purpose in worship ministry is to lead people into the presence of God.

During our service, worship takes many forms. Sometimes it is loud and other times very quiet. Sometimes our faces show a celebration of praise and other times great reverence. Sometimes we sing contemporary music and other times anthems or hymns.

Our worship involves music, the Word of God, acts of service, and both physical and vocal response to what God is doing in our services. We all carry the responsibility of seeking God. We want our worship of God to be highly participatory and always open to natural expressions of adoration. Scripture is our source for our pattern and principle of worship. The exaltation of God is our goal. Decency and order are our constant watchwords.