Worship Service

Some articles on worship service, service:

Chinatown, Oakland - People and Culture - Chinese Community United Methodist Church
... In the early days, the Chinese Methodist Church held worship service and Sunday School ... Church conducts both a Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) language worship service and English worship service on Sundays ...
Seventh-day Adventist Worship - Worship Service - Holy Communion Service
... Adventists usually practice communion four times a year ... The communion is an open service that is available to members and Christian non-members ...
Mind Garage - History - The Electric Liturgy
... was conceived as an orthodox Episcopalian service, but was immediately transformed into an inter-denominational service by the people themselves ... The live presentation of the Electric Liturgy contains the Kyrie Eleison and The Service of the Word (Greeting, Opening Prayer, First Reading, Psalm, Epistle Reading, Gospel Reading, Sermon, Creed ... Communion." This is the same format used by "Presbyterian, Methodist, and Episcopal service books, historic liturgies from the Catholic Church and the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church ...
Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarene) - Services
... Most churches have the following Sunday Morning Worship Service Sunday Afternoon Worship Service Sunday Evening Song Service Midweek Evening Worship Service A few churches also hold ...
Te Haahi Ratana - Servants of The Church
... the church who leads the Devotional Prayers in the Worship Service ... The Bands are responsible for leading the Morehu to the Worship Service and Temple at Ratana Pa ... Morehu in Congregational Singing in the Worship Service ...

Famous quotes containing the words service and/or worship:

    This was a great point gained; the archdeacon would certainly not come to morning service at Westminster Abbey, even though he were in London; and here the warden could rest quietly, and, when the time came, duly say his prayers.
    Anthony Trollope (1815–1882)

    In the Lord’s Prayer, the first petition is for daily bread. No one can worship God or love his neighbor on an empty stomach.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)