Every congregation has its own, local order of worship. There is a common pattern, based on the church’s liturgical heritage. We gather. We encounter God’s word. We pray together for the church and the world. We worship God. We share the meal at the Lord’s table. And we are sent into the world. In some services, the order of worship might be shorter.
Worship is the most important meeting point for Christians. It is the place where Christians become a visible congregation – a fellowship of people who share a faith in God and in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is a place where people together come before God.