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A predetermined or prescribed set of rituals that are performed, usually by a religion
An official worship service of the Christian church
a ritual
{n} a form of common or public prayers
a Christian sacrament commemorating the Last Supper by consecrating bread and wine
Greek for "a work of the people," originally a public service performed at an individual's expense; later worship services in general
Liturgy is both the public prayer and worship of the people of God gathered in community and the texts of the rites that enable this public worship to take place
A perscribed order of worship in a church, usually used in referrence to the Mass
originally meant public work, such as arranging the dancing and singing on public festivals, the torch-races, the equipping and manning of ships, etc In the Church of England it means the religious forms prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer (Greek, litourgia )
The written text of public services, especially of the eucharist
From the Greek for "public work," it refers to the official communal act of adoring God For the Church, the central liturgical act is the Mass, a celebration of the Eucharist, instated by Jesus Christ at the Last Supper The term in general means anything pertaining directly to the ceremony -- a liturgical play, for instance, would have taken place as part of a formal worship service Participants generally recite or sing formulaic prayers to show the unity of their belief, hear passages from the Bible, and listen to a homily (sermon) as a group
Formal rituals and procedures for services and prayers The word is strictly applied with reference to the celebration of the Eucharist
Literally, the public work of the people, whereby we come together to describe our nature as faithful people We use the word to describe the drama and form of the Holy Eucharist
the usual name for the Eucharist in the East
prayers and hymns specified for a particular service, e g Mass
literally the word means the work of the people; generally used to refer to the full text of the words of a worship service; any ritual order for holding a church service
A set form of public worship The term, 'the Liturgy' often means the Eucharist
{i} form of public worship; collection of prayers (songs, scriptures, etc.) that are used in a church service
An Eastern term used in the West since the 17th century to describe, primarily, the Eucharist; secondarily, any canonical church service, such as the Divine Office or the special ceremonies of Holy Week In Eastern Rite, "Liturgy" means exclusively the Eucharist
A form of public worship; the ancient liturgies are concerned with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist
a rite or body of rites prescribed for public worship
The various parts of the worship service and how they work together to help us experience God's Word to us
the content and format of the worship service The word "liturgy" comes from Latin words meaning "the work of the people" Liturgy is the way we organize our praise and worship to God Through the liturgy, we are gathered around God's word and sacraments, and God offers us gifts of forgiveness of sins, life and salvation We respond to God's generosity with our prayers, praises, and thanks Liturgy is the basic skeleton of worship Most of the time at Timothy our liturgy comes from the Lutheran Book of Worship, but we do use other liturgical forms
From the Greek word leitourgia meaning "a work of the people " In ancient times, liturgy was very often a public action in civil events, such as the dedication of a public building, although it could have religious meaning as well In specifically Christian, religious terms, it refers to the liturgical action of the *Church: Eucharistic (Divine) Liturgy, * Divine Office, the seven Sacramental *Mysteries, and devotional prayers
The rites used in public and official religious worship
A predetermined or prescribed set of rituals that are performed, usually by a religion. An official worship service of the Christian church
A prescribed order of worship in a church, usually used in reference to the Mass
any prescribed service of the Church; see Divine Liturgy
words of the Mass
In Byzantium this term referred specifically to the Eucharistic rite, often called the Divine Liturgy, of which there were two Constantinopolitan formulas - one ascribed to John Chrysostom, the other to Basil the Great
Structure of religious services of any denomination within the Christian Church
In the Roman Catholic Church it includes all forms and services in any language, in any part of the world, for the celebration of Mass
(Gr "a public duty or work") The main form of worship for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist The Orthodox Church celebrates four different versions of the liturgy: The Liturgy of St James, The Liturgy of St Basil, The Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, which is the most common, and The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts performed only during the period of Great See also the articles on: Worship and Worship in the Orthodox Church
An established formula for public worship, or the entire ritual for public worship in a church which uses prescribed forms; a formulary for public prayer or devotion
A liturgy is a particular form of religious service, usually one that is set and approved by a branch of the Christian Church. A clergyman read the liturgy from the prayer-book. the many similarities in ministry, liturgy and style between the two churches
From a combination of two Greek words, laos (people) and ergon (work) Literally the word means "the work of the people, " and is generally used to refer to the entire, complete worship service
Divine Liturgy
The Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Catholic eucharistic service
christian liturgy
the Christian worship services
plural of liturgy