To many people in the twenty-first century (including Christians!), family worship may be a puzzling concept. But it doesn’t have to be. Most of us are familiar with the concept of “going to church” where we attend a “worship service.” Family worship is just like that congregational worship service but in the context of a family’s home. Many of the same aspects that we find in corporate worship services exist in times of family worship: the reading of scripture, prayer, and singing (here at the FamilyWorshipGuide.net, we’ve added a fourth element of memorization). Patrick Kavanaugh, author of Raising Children to Adore God, equates family worship to family meal time; just as we come together to eat a meal, we should also come together to worship the Lord.
Great Resource on Family Worship
Family Worship Schedule