Worship at CRC

Our Adherence to the Bible and the Directory of Public Worship

Worship in a Reformed Church

“O worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness: fear before him, all the earth,” (Psalm 96:9).

Our order of worship is deeply rooted in the context of God’s gracious covenant with us. We believe that the way we conduct our services on the Lord’s Day plays a crucial role in ensuring our worship is acceptable in the eyes of God, as He alone has the authority to dictate how sinners should approach Him. This biblical perspective on worshiping Jesus Christ demonstrates to God’s people the importance of worship that is directed by God Himself.

In our desire to approach God respectfully and appropriately, the Christian Church has always aimed to establish an order of worship that is both biblically sound and practically beneficial for the congregation. This effort is in service of building up “a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people,” as described in 1 Peter 2:9. Our goal is to faithfully reflect these values in our worship, ensuring it nurtures the spiritual growth and unity of our church community.

Lord’s Day Worship: XXXXXXX CST

Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting: 5:30pm

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Order of Worship

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Our order of worship has remained essentially the same as it was throughout the history of the Christian Church during its inception, even up and through the time of the Protestant Reformation. We follow the covenant renewal service of word and sacrament. It is best defined by the 1647 Westminster Directory for Public Worship as outlined below.

Silent Meditation
[Call to Worship
Prayer of Invocation
Confession of Sin
OT Scripture Reading
Pastoral Prayer
NT Scripture Reading
Prayer of Illumination
Preaching of the Word
Prayer of Application
The Lord’s Supper (For those the pastor has spoken with).