Above all things, we want our gatherings to be marked by the presence of God's Word - in our songs, our prayers, the reading of Scripture, and in the sermon. Sermons at Redeeming Grace are typically expositional, meaning that the aim is to expose what God's Word says on its own terms rather than impose our agenda upon it. On the regular, we preach through books of the Bible, showing how all of God's Word is centered in the person and work of Jesus Christ.
At Redeeming Grace Church, we hope you'll never leave a service and think, "Wow, they didn't pray very much." In order to aid our prayer life together, we include different types of public prayer, such as a prayer of praise, confession, intercession, etc. Each Sunday in the pastoral prayer, our elders pray for needs in our church, the ministry of the gospel through other churches in the Valley and around the World, government leaders, and the preaching of God's Word.
We don't gather to watch a performance up on the stage, but rather to participate together in the worship of our God. As much as biblical worship is vertical toward the Lord, it is also horizontal in that it's designed to build up each other (Col 3:16)! As God receives our praise, God's people are strengthened and edified.
So practically, we do things like 1) sing songs that are accessible and singable by all, 2) leave the house lights up during our singing, 3) keep the sound level at a low enough volume that we can hear each other sing, and 4) read Scripture and confess creeds corporately in order to express our unity in the truth.