Christians engage in a variety of practices that help them to live according to their faith. These include private and public worship, works of charity and, for some, pilgrimage to holy sites.
What is liturgical worship?
Worship that follows a set pattern
Worship in front of others
Following the acronym ACTS and I, which form of prayer means to say sorry?
What is a sacrament?
A ceremony that shows grace being given by God
A form of prayer
The belief that bread and wine become the body and blood of Jesus
Which two sacraments are recognised by Protestants?
Baptism and confirmation
Baptism and Eucharist
Eucharist and reconciliation
Which Christian festival is the most important?
Which of the following is a Christian pilgrimage site?
What is the main aim of the ecumenical movement?
To celebrate the many Christian denominations and keep them distinct from one another
To work with the poor to provide housing
To unify the different Christian denominations as one Church
What is transubstantiation?
The belief that the bread and wine have a spiritual connection to Jesus
The belief that the bread and wine become Jesus’ body and blood
The belief that the bread and wine are symbolic of the Last Supper
Which one of these best describes worship in a Quaker meeting house?
A service based around a highly decorated altar where a priest shares out bread and wine and people respond to set passages from the Bible
A quiet gathering with no set hymns or leader, where the seats are often arranged in a circle and anyone may speak if they choose to
A service full of modern music, with lots of singing and clapping, led by a minister
What is the role of a Sunday school in a church?
To give extra opportunities for children and young people to learn about Christianity and to worship
To provide extra English and maths tuition for free
To give students a room in a church where they can catch up on homework instead of attending a service