One among the Ten Commandments reads: “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor, and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God.”
This is the day to call people to come before God to worship him and pray for one another. For it is said, “For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”
Our Sunday Service goes on with Prayers– Which literally means “Talking to God”. We bring our troubles, failures, sickness, sins, in front of God and request forgiveness and ask him for help to overcome the tuff times we have for.Hymns – Singing songs of praises, giving thanks, and conveying our endless love which we have for him. Reading Scriptures – Bible reading, which extremely tells us who the God is, his mercy, what his teachings are, his story, which makes us know more and more about him, which gives us the answers for everything and shows us the way for the eternal. Responsive psalm – This is a responsive reading where one among them reads the first verse and the rest gives the response with the succeeding verse.Sermons – it is the main message given by the pastor for the scriptures read which seems to be a bit lengthy and of course which helps us with something in our lives.Testimonials – people come to share their experience with the members and stand as a witness for the prayers answered by God. Blessings– we therefore will be allowed for forgiveness and receive God’s blessings for throughout the week in towards our work, health, troubles, and get the situational healings. Offerings – the offerings are the collection from the members which will further be used for running and better improvement of the church. Greetings – it is usually an end of the Sunday service, we greet each other and end our service with our service with the discussions for any advance planning’s for the future activities.
All togetherOur Sunday services signify “Giving God His True Worth.”