At the heart of the Christian faith and the heart of Christian worship is a meal...In the Service of Holy Communion we gather around the table of the Lord to remember all that Jesus did and to feed on his risen life.
Watch Stephen Cottrell, the former Bishop of Chelmsford, talking about how we are in communion with God through our worship.
The Church authorises a form of worship (or ‘liturgy’) which is intended to be as faithful and honouring to God as it is possible to make it.
A wealth of worship texts and resources, including Common Worship and the Book of Common Prayer, can be found on the Church of England website.
It is through encountering God within worship that we are formed and transformed as his people.
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