Worship is a time of celebration —of life together with God— as we journey toward peace. In Christ-centered worship, our relationships with God and each other are shaped, formed, and deepened. In worship, we approach the peace and mystery of God's presence as we remember the sacred story and praise God who is the source of all life, and light, and love.
Worship transforms us, nurtures us, and connects us with all creation—past, present, and future. As we worship together in beloved community we receive the Spirit and go forth empowered to share Christ's peace and make our world a better place.
We explore and experience worship through varied styles of music, drama, preaching, prayer, and meditation. Worship can take many forms. Some worship elements common to Community of Christ Sunday worship include:
Serve the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper to all committed followers of Christ as a visible witness of loving Christian fellowship and shared remembrance of Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection…
When the church gathers for Communion, highlight the opportunity for members to reaffirm their baptismal covenant, to reconcile strained relationships, and to commit together to the church’s mission of promoting communities of generosity, justice, and peacefulness.
Explore all the ways the Lord’s Supper can spiritually form the church community into a true and living expression of the life, sacrifice, resurrection, and continuing presence of Christ. Inherent in this sacrament is the divine call for the church to be a sacramental offering for the blessing, healing, and peace of creation.
—Doctrine & Covenants 164:4