The Lord's Day: Why go to Church Twice on Sundays
- David Campbell
The church’s practice of gathering for worship both morning and evening on the Lord’s Day reflects a very ancient tradition that was once universal. Generations of believers have found it a tremendous help in their endeavour to put the Lord’s Day to the very best use. They have relished the double opportunity it affords to meet with God, to unite in worship, to receive instruction, and to minister to one another’s needs. Sunday evening worship, however, has been dropped by numerous churches. Large numbers of believers are content to come out in the morning and spend the remainder of the Lord’s Day doing other things. The aim of this booklet is to impress on us the great value of evening worship and to encourage us to make it a priority.