Liturgy is the common term used for a church service that follows a traditional pattern of worship. Liturgy is practiced in Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and Anglican Churches, along with some mainstream Protestant church groups. What does the Bible teach about participating in liturgical worship? Liturgy itself is simply a pattern or order of worship.What does it mean to be liturgical?
Definition of liturgical. 1 : of, relating to, or having the characteristics of liturgy the liturgical calendar liturgical music.What is liturgical theology?
Liturgical theology is the study of Christian doctrines as related to historical and present worship practices. It refers the study both of standardized liturgy found in Catholic, Orthodox and Anglican traditions as well as the less formal worship of most other Protestant groups.What does liturgy mean literally?
The term "liturgy" literally in Greek means "work for the people", but a better translation is "public service" or "public work", as made clear from the origin of the term as described above. The early Christians adopted the word to describe their principal act of worship, the Sunday service (Holy Eucharist, Holy Communion, Mass or Divine Liturgy).