The gospel is not a lowest common denominator of the bare minimum facts you have to believe to get into heaven. Rather, it is a theory of everything that addresses God’s purpose for humanity, society, culture, cities, environment, justice, and the future.
The LORD your God is with you, he is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you, he will quiet you with his love, he will rejoice over you with singing.
We, too, ought to experience God with the totality of our being in worship. Worship services ought to inform the mind intellectually, engage the heart emotionally, and bend the will volitionally. God wants thoughtful worshipers who believe, emotional worshipers who behold, and obedient worshipers who behave. God-centered worship produces people who think deeply about God, feel passionately for God, and live urgently in response to God. Therefore, when we meet God in worship, we should expect a combination of gravity and gladness, depth and delight, doctrine and devotion, precept and passion, truth and love.