Our worship is liturgical, which means we follow a pattern or formulary of worship. Every church has its own liturgy; it is simply the order of events in the service. Our liturgy carries the influences of both eastern and western Christians from the days of the early church. When we worship, we express the same beauty and reverence expressed by some of the earliest Christians.
In our worship, we interact with God through the sacraments and through our senses, by hearing the word of God, smelling the incense, seeing the beauty all around us and participating as we come to offer up our time, our voices, and our very lives as an obedient sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving.
To learn more about the elements of Anglican worship, click on the links below for essays and videos.