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Places of worship
Places of worship
Places of worship
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Places of worship
Places of worship
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  • 1. AssessmentTask
  • 2. Tour of aIntroduction MosqueRegent’s Park Mosque Pictures
  • 3. The first mosqueThe Muslim word for was built inmosque is masjid Mosques are built Madinah, wherewhich means in different styles. the Prophet‘prostration’ (to bow Many are beautiful Muhammaddown). buildings, but they lived. all contain the Muslims go to masjids same basic to say their features. salah(prayer) along Mosques have also with other believers. become the centre of social life for the Muslim community. Plan of a Mosque
  • 4. 1: Mihrab2.Qiblah wall3.Minbar 1 24. Wash room Makkah 6 3 75.Minaret6. Qur’an shelf7.Clocks8. Loud speaker9.Shoe racks 9 4 5 8
  • 5. Introduction Neasdon TempleVisiting a Mandir
  • 6. Hindus do not need to go to theThe Hindu word for temple mandir often.is ‘mandir’. Many will try to go Mandirs in Britain are sometimes at least once a converted houses or churches, but there week. are also purpose built buildings like the one at Neasdon When Hindus go to the temple, they may offer money, milk and fruit to the murti. They may just sit and watch what is going on,or take part in puja or arti. Some play musical instruments, chant or sing
  • 7. When visiting a mandir you should observe the following:Make sure you are clean and yourclothes are suitable: legs and armscovered.Remove your shoes before enteringDo not stand between the worshipperand the murti (image of god)Do not touch the murtiOn your way out accept prashad (food)that is offered to you, and treat it with
  • 8. Orthodox Church Roman Catholic ChurchBaptist Quaker ChurchChurchesChurch of England Assessment Task Main Menu
  • 9. Assessment TaskYour task is to design a churchbuilding to be used by Christiansfrom five differentdenominations. Click on the following links for help with your assessment. What is a denomination?What does each denomination need intheir church?
  • 10. Denominations are different groups within Christianity.Each denomination has its own beliefs about aspectsof Christianity.There are many denominations within Christianity.For your assessment you will need to know the followingdenominations. Click on the links below for help on these.Anglican (Church of England) Baptist Quaker Roman CatholicOrthodox
  • 11. Worship in an Orthodox Churchuses all the senses and churches There is a screenare often highly decorated with between themany beautiful icons (sacred congregationobjects like paintings, often of and the altarJesus, Mary or of a Saint). There called theis the smell of incense and the iconostasis.Thissound of singing and chanting. is covered in icons and the ceiling is often dome-shaped to Worship is quite formal. It represent the follows a set order and universe. people often stand. Next Page
  • 12. IconostasisScreen
  • 13. Requirements for an Orthodox Church WorshipBuilding and Furniture Uses all theIconostasis senses and includesAltar and altar Table behind the iconostasis chanting andLots of statues, paintings and icons singingIncense and candlesDome shaped building Formal and follows a set pattern
  • 14. Baptists believethat believers Baptists also remember(people old the death of Jesus byenough to holding the Lord’s Supperunderstand) ratherthan children In a Baptist Churchshould be there is a lot of music,baptised. The singing and clapping.people arebaptised in a pool The main part of the worshipof water called a is the preaching and Bible Requirementsbaptistery readingsBaptistery, Table for Lord’s supperLectern & pulpit, chairs, simpledecoration, space for choir, musical instruments
  • 15. The main part of the A mixture ofworship in this church is music is oftencommunion, which takes used and youplace at the altar. Bible will often seereadings, the sermon, an organ andprayers and music are room for aalso important choir and space for other kinds of musicians. You will see a font in this church for infant baptism
  • 16. Quaker buildings andworship are very simple. Quakers worshipThere is no special furniture; silently together. Ifjust a few chairs and a table someone wants to say a prayer ,express Requirements their thoughts or a Circle of chairs with reading they can do table in the centre so. Vase of flowers on the Worship table Peace and quiet is all important
  • 17. The main part of worship in a Catholicchurch is the Liturgy of the Eucharist or There is aHoly Communion. This is part of the confessionalservice where worshippers receive the which is wherebody and blood of Jesus (in the form of Catholics canbread and wine) from the priest at the altar tell God their sins (through Baptism of speaking to babies takes the priest place at the font Worship also involves Bible readings, sermons, prayers and hymns. It is NEXT quite formal and follows a set pattern called a Liturgy
  • 18. Requirements for a Roman Catholic ChurchBuilding & FurnitureAltar WorshipPews or chairs Formal with hymns,Lectern and pulpit choir and organFontConfessional or room to talk to thepriestStatues, paintings, stained glasswindows
  • 19. An example ofa baptisterypool
  • 20. Music,choirs Decoration- plain& simple Communion Table
  • 21. Domed RoofInside an Orthodox Church
  • 22. Altars
  • 23. Fonts
  • 24. Pulpits Lecterns
  • 25. Requirements for Church ofEngland Worship Follows aBuilding and Furniture set order and is aAltar mix ofLectern and Pulpit formal andChoir stalls and organ informalFont worshipPews or chairs Lots of singing,Statues and stained glass windows music andCandles hymns
  • 26. Altars
  • 27. Font
  • 28. This is a confessional box This is where youd go to confess to the priest if you haddone anything wrong. The priest would then pray to God for you
  • 29. Pulpit Lectern

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