The main meeting for everyone is called sacrament meeting. This meeting consists of songs, prayers, and sermons (or “talks”) given by different members of the congregation every week. But the most important part of the meeting is when we take the sacrament (or Communion). More about the sacrament >>
Music and Hymns
Singing about the Savior and our blessings helps us feel closer to God. A typical church service will have three or four hymns sung by the entire congregation. There might also be additional musical numbers by a choir, a small group, or a soloist. All are welcome and encouraged to worship with us in song, regardless of musical talent.
Witnessing to One Another
On the first Sunday of every month, there aren’t typical sermons. Instead, any member of the congregation can go up to the pulpit and express his or her feelings about the gospel. As we listen to the experiences of others and feel God’s Spirit fill our hearts, our own convictions and beliefs can be strengthened.