Flashcards in Living the Christian life Deck (19):
What is a denomination?
A denomination is a prominent group within the church such as the Catholics and Protestants.
What is liturgical worship?
Liturgical Worship is a set form of worship that usually following agreed words.
What is non-liturgical worship?
Non-liturgical worship is a form of worship that isn't set.
What is a sermon?
A sermon is a talk from a church leader usually given in the service.
What is individual worship?
It is worship that is done alone.
What are the 39 articles of religion?
They are a historical record of beliefs which are held by the Church of England.
What is a sacrament?
A sacrament is an important Christian ceremony.
What are the sacraments?
Baptism, confirmation, Eucharist, marriage, taking holy orders, reconciliation and anointing the sick with oil.
How many sacraments do the catholic church recognise?
What is prayer?
Prayer is a way of communicating with God.
How can prayer be grouped?
Thanksgiving, contrition, supplication, intercession and worship.
What is a pilgrimage?
A pilgrimage is a journey to a religious or holy place.
What are the most famous holy pilgrimages?
The pilgrimage to Jerusalem, the pilgrimage to Iona, the pilgrimage to Taize and the pilgrimage to Walsingham.
What are the most famous Christian celebrations?
Christmas, Easter, Advent, Holy Week and Easter Sunday.
What is a missionary?
A missionary is a person who preaches and invites people to the Christian faith.
What is a parish?
A parish is a community of local believers within a particular denomination.
What is the local church?
The local church is a meeting place for local believers.
What is reconciliation?
Reconciliation is restoring peace and friendships between individuals or groups.