Our Sunday worship is a version of the Easter Celebration; it is a celebration of the Resurrection. We worship on Sunday because this is the day of the week that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Every time we come together on Sunday, no matter what the season, we give thanks to God for the new life given us in Jesus’ resurrection.
We call what we do the “liturgy.” Liturgy means “the work of the people” in Greek. It is our corporate calling and responsibility to worship God. The focus of worship is God. We will often find ourselves blessed and renewed by the worship service, although that is not our focus. When we lift our prayers and praises to God, we will find that God enriches us.
To learn more about the Eucharist, take a look at the Instructed Eucharist.