Liturgy comes from a Greek word which means "the work of the people." It is simply another way of talking about the order of our worship.
Some parts of the liturgy are spent reading or praying out loud in unison; others are spent in silence. Scripture is read, songs are sung. There is an opportunity to greet one another ("the passing of the peace").
In all this, you will notice a flow to what we do in our liturgy. It actually follows a story: roughly tracing the history of God's work in the world in four parts: beginning with Creation and the Fall, and moving to Redemption and ending on the hopeful theme of Renewal or Restoration.
We believe that by worshipping in this way, our hearts and lives are actually aligned, more and more, to the good work God is doing in the world.
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