Here you will find the liturgy of the Christ United Reformed Church.
Does the order of the liturgy lie with the local body of elders, or is it a matter that belongs to the churches in common? This article discusses this question, looking at church history, and advocates for some uniformity in our liturgies. It argues that being bound to a specific order does not mean losing your freedom as a local church, and explains how this is so.
Should an altar call be part of the church tradition? What is an altar call to start with? This article explains what it is, and shows its dangers, thus discouraging its practice.
Evaluating contemporary worship among those claiming to be Reformed, this article shows that it has shifted from the Reformed principles of preaching, singing, and use of sacraments in worship.
This article considers the role of tradition and experimentation within the Reformed churches by looking at the meaning of uniformity and conformity, showing that adhering to the same confession does not mean having the same practices, especially in worship. Keeping a balance is what is crucial for the church to be engaged in mission work.