There are two basic worship services: Morning Prayer and Holy Communion. Morning Prayer is a Scripture-reading service with prayer, and Holy Communion is a service where the Word of God is preached as well as made visible in the Lord’s Supper. The order of both services is similar, though there are some differences. Dr. J. I. Packer points out that the order is easy to remember because it is the message of the Gospel itself in a liturgical format. It has a threefold Gospel pattern: CONFESSION OF SIN, DECLARATION OF GRACE, RESPONSE OF FAITH. This pattern repeats itself three times in the service, emphasizing again and again the only way man may come to God.