Saturday/Sunday Worship

Demonstrate how Saturday and Sunday worship expresses the beliefs of Christianity.
Saturday/Sunday worship is one way that Christians can celebrate their belief that Jesus was the Son of God, that God came to earth to rise again and save people from their sins and his hoped for return.
This belief is echoed in the words that follow consecration: “Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again”
Another Christian belief that is expressed through Sunday worship is the Christ sacrificed his life for the forgiveness of sins. Humans, who are sinful can be saved and have eternal life because they were saved by Jesus death and resurrection. For some Christians, faith alone saves them while others believe that faith needs to be accompanied by good works. For the later their Christian life needs to incorporate works of charity as well as worship.
The most obvious example of the expression of Christian beliefs in the Sunday worship is in the creed which is frequently recited by the congregation. The prayers offered at Sunday worship express Christians' belief in God, and give thanks to God. In addition many prayers of petition asking for God's help in personal and global difficulties. Christians believe that if they offer prayers to God, God will listen. While most Christians would believe in the power of prayer they are mindful that they cannot make God do what they want.
In both the Orthodox and Catholic tradition, worshippers believe that when the priest speaks the word of Consecration the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus and that those who share in them are sharing in the death and resurrection of Jesus. This belief links with the scriptural foundation for Eucharist found in 1 Corinthians 11:23-25, Mathew 26:26-28 and Mark 14:22-24.
Most other Christian churches believe that the bread and wine are symbols of the body and blood of Jesus and the meal is a memorial of the last supper. For Catholics Jesus also becomes present within the...