Regular worship and prayer lies at the core of our faith - it's "what we do". Gathering together in churches and in
community halls, or in smaller groups to worship and pray, and to explore our faith, both in song and in prayer.
But, prayer is also fundamental to our personal dialogue with God and when we pray alone we listen.
Worship in Shetland can take many forms:
Regular Sunday and weekday services (shown on the Preaching Plan)
Ad hoc services such as "Compass Praise" and themed Praise Evenings (see this site for details on the "What's
Outreach activities in the community such as services in care homes and schools
Messy Church and craft day activities aimed at young people (see "What's On")
House group meetings for Bible Study (most areas have a regular programme with a break over the summer)
Short prayer meetings held during the day and in the evenings (see "What's On")
Outdoor activities (walks and pilgrimages - in the summer mainly!)
Worship isn't only for Sunday - it can, and should happen any day, anywhere, any time.
As our good friend John Leslie says "Remember, prayer changes things..."