How do you conduct a sacrament meeting LDS?
- Prelude music (see 19.3.
- Greeting and welcome.
- Acknowledgment of presiding authorities or other leaders who are visiting.
- Opening hymn and prayer.
- Ward and stake business, such as the following:
- Naming and blessing children (see 18.6).
- Confirming new converts (see 18.8).
What is LDS sacrament meeting? Sacrament meeting is the term for a regular Latter-day Saint worship service, usually held each week on Sunday, where the sacrament (similar to communion) is offered to the members of the Church. Sacrament meetings include music, talks, testimonies and prayers.
How do you structure a sacrament talk?
- Don’t give excuses.
- Don’t announce the topic.
- Don’t tell jokes.
- Don’t announce when you were asked to give a talk.
- Don’t always give scriptural references.
- Use the Scriptures.
- Stick to sound gospel doctrine.
How do you prepare for a sacrament meeting?
- Seek to follow Christ in all you do.
- Make the effort to make the meeting.
- Reflect on the blessings from your week—when you saw the Lord’s hand in your life.
- Reflect on times during the week when you fell short; repent and make a plan for improvement.