The Episcopal Church, the American expression of the Anglican Communion, worships in many different ways. You can find local parishes who worship with lots of pomp and circumstance with music, color, candles, and even incense. Other parishes worship more simple. There are even expressions of Episcopal worship which are very casual. The one thing that links all Episcopal worship . . . and Anglican worship worldwide . . . is the use of a Book of Common Prayer. Common Prayer, not because it is ordinary . . . but Common Prayer because it is the worship of the entire people together. Sunday worship based on the Book of Common Prayer is divided into two segments: The Liturgy of the Word (songs, scripture, prayers, sermon) and The Liturgy of the Table (The Lord’s Supper or Holy Communion).