The Reform Catholic Church offers Masses, Apostolic Services, prayer services and sacraments.
Reform Catholics worship at congregational Masses, in their native language, and at Apostolic Services. Masses attempt to recreate the Last Supper, so food and wine are given to the members as Holy Communion. Masses are offered on Sundays, Holy Days and other days. At a Reform Catholic Mass, Reform Catholics participate in discussions of God and Christian religious beliefs and principles.
An Apostolic Service is similar to a Mass, but it is not conducted in a church or chapel. It is the equivalent of the spreading of the Word of God by the early Christian Apostles. It is performed by modern-day apostles (who can be clergy or non-clergy) who are given the Word by the clergy and who spread it in the homes of others and in public places. However, non-clergy apostles cannot perform Reform Catholic sacraments.
The Reform Catholic Church also offers weekly prayer services at which members recite the Rosary and choose or create prayers for a special purpose, current events, a Holy Day, etc. Religious discussions, and other activities that worship God or acknowledge His greatness, are held.