The worship of the Anglican church has many expressions, but generally follows a "liturgy," a particular outline of service. On Sunday mornings, this includes gathering music and prayers; readings from the Old Testament, Psalms, and New Testament; a sermon; prayers for ourselves, the church, the nation, and the world; confession of sin; and Communion (also called the Eucharist or the Lord's Supper).
Holy Trinity Anglican Church draws on several sources of liturgy, including:
- The Book of Common Prayer 1662 (upon which most Anglican prayer books are based, and still the official Book of Common Prayer for the Church of England)
- The Texts for Common Prayer from the Anglican Church in North America
- The Book of Common Prayer 1928 and 1979 (American prayer books)
- Common Worship (Church of England)
- The Eucharistic Liturgy of the Anglican Province of Kenya
- The Liturgies from the Diocese of Sydney