The Nature of Worship and Service
The primary purpose of worship in humanistic theology is to create heightened receptivity for awareness of ideal reality - God. It is designed to provide insights, inspire and awaken thoughts and sentiments having a direct bearing on how a person relates to oneself and others and to ultimate challenges and issues. The development of a loving, rational character is a prerequisite for a humanist personality. Humanist inspirational meetings and workshops attempt to fuse intellectual and emotional activity indispensable to the process of enlightenment. There are many forms of humanistic worship of God. The most effective ones include faith, awareness, devotion and work.