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If you are new to Anglican worship, some customs in our services may be unfamiliar. You will also find some variations of customs from parish to parish. The priest in your local parish will be happy to explain to you the symbolism of our worship. One general rule of thumb for Anglicans is that we stand to praise God, sit to listen to instruction, and kneel humbly to pray.

Worship is the prime responsibility of all Christians. Anglicans believe that the life of Christian service is possible only through a full life of worship, through which we receive God’s love and express our love to Him. Hence, we believe it is our obligation not only to worship God together every Lord’s Day (Sunday) but also to have a daily life of prayer. Many parishes can offer the Daily Offices and the Holy Communion during the week and on Sundays.

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