Worship is at the heart of who we are as Christians. Our worship feeds us and renews us so that we can go out into the world to do the work that God has given us to do.
Our worship is liturgical. Liturgy is a word that comes from Greek which means “the work of the people.” During worship we sit, stand, kneel, cross ourselves and more. All of this “work” is for the sole purpose of worshiping the Triune-God.
Sunday morning is our main time to worship together as a community. We gather to celebrate the Holy Eucharist. This service is called many different names including Holy Communion, the Mass, the Divine Liturgy, or the Lord’s Supper to name a few.
Throughout the week we gather for other worship services, including the Daily Office, Lectio Divina, Bible studies, and more.
All of our services are found in the Book of Common Prayer. This book contains all of our services and prayers for worship. It is one of the things that make us distinct in our branch of the Jesus Movement.