We adore God as we worship him. There is no higher spiritual activity for humans than worshiping God. 

Mar Thoma Church, therefore, gives prime importance to worship for it is through worship that the life and witness of the Church are maintained, and the community united and built up. 

Order of Worship

The Mar Thoma worship is conducted with Holy Communion or, without Holy Communion known as public/ divine worship (also called ordinary worship). 

The public worship consists of adoration, confession, thanksgiving, scripture reading (first and second lessons), and prayer for the Holy Spirit, intercession, Nicene Creed, offertory, sermon, prayer, benediction, and Kiss of Peace. There are hymns (3 to 4) selected for each Sunday. The congregational singing, led by a choir, adds to the beauty of our worship.

 

Jesus said “You are the Light of the World”. Every believer and member of the Mar Thoma Church should take up the responsibility to lighten others and hence our motto – Lighted to Lighten.

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