ACTS Church at Worship
In Revelation, the last book of the Bible, we find a very clear call to worship God as the Creator of the universe:
Then I saw another angel flying directly overhead, with an eternal gospel to proclaim to those who dwell on earth, to every nation and tribe and language and people. And he said with a loud voice, "Fear God and give him glory, because the hour of his judgment has come, and worship him who made heaven and earth, the sea and the springs of water." Revelation 14:6,7.
Because of this, the ACTS Church is very committed to worshipping our Creator. We worship God as Creator every Sabbath at Curtin University, regularly commerating the special seventh-day of rest that God blessed at the end of His creation week.
Our worship of God occurs at three levels, including the personal, small group and whole church levels.
The ACTS Church encourages everyone to spend time personally worshipping God. You can worship God personally by building the following practices into your life:
- Spend time every day reading and studying the Bible
- Keep a spiritual journal where you record the ideas that God points out to you when you reading the Bible or praying
- Take time to pray to God, to meditate on what He is like and to be still in His presence
- Sing songs of praise to God. You can even write your own songs!
- Keep the seventh-day Sabbath as a special day for rest and spiritual growth
As John Ash always says, "Spend time with Jesus every day!"
Small Group Worship
Every person within ACTS is encouraged to join a small group, and each group spends time worshipping God. Even the leadership team spends time together in worship. We worship God in small groups by singing songs of praise, reading through passages in the Bible and spending time praying to God.
Whole Church Worship
In Revelation we also find a picture of everyone in heaven worshipping together (see Revelation 7:9-12). Because of this, we gather as a whole church to worship God every Sabbath. The seventh-day Sabbath is the day that God set aside as a special day to remember that He created the universe. You can read about this in Genesis 2:1-3 and also in Exodus 20:8-11. This is the reason why we choose to worship on Sabbath.
For us as the ACTS Church, Sabbath worship includes small group Bible study, singing praise to God, growing in our understanding of God and encouraging others in their spiritual journey with Jesus Christ. You can find out more about our Sabbath worship services in our calendar.