The Church exists for the worship of God.
Worship is the only activity of the Church which will last into eternity.
Worship enriches and transforms our lives.
In Christ we are drawn closer to God in the here and now.
This shapes our beliefs, our actions and our way of life.
God transforms us as individuals, congregations and communities.
Worship provides a vital context for mission, teaching and pastoral care.
Good worship and liturgy inspires and attracts, informs and delights.
The worship of God can give hope and comfort in times of joy and of sorrow.
Despite this significance, we are often under-resourced for worship. Praxis seeks to address this.
We want to encourage and equip people, lay and ordained, to create, lead and participate in acts of worship which enable transformation to happen in individuals and communities.