We were all created to worship something or someone. Everything we say, do, think, or even want determines what it is we value. God created us to assign this value to Him and not merely His creation because he alone is worthy of that adoration and worship.
When we place our worship on stuff, people, money, or any other created thing we have created an idol in our hearts and given glory that rightfully belongs to God to something else.
Worship is more than just a time of music and singing. It is a part of every aspect of our lives. We are called give glory to God when we eat, drink, or do anything (1 Corinthians 10:31). There are no neutral wants or actions—everything is worship of something.
Thankfully God provides a way for us to pursue worship in every area of our lives through the gospel. We are able through the Holy Spirit to give thanks to God through the work of Jesus Christ (Colossians 3:17).
We as the church are told to gather together in a corporate service so that we can encourage one another in worship of the God who has created, rescued, and redeemed us (Hebrews 10:24-25).
We do this through preaching, singing, praying, and observing the sacraments of communion and baptism. Every week we're able to receive, remember, and respond to the gospel in worship and celebration of God, who He is, and what He has done.