For Mormons, to worship means to work. It is through action that Mormons worship God and display their love and devotion for Him. “To worship God is to give Him your love, reverence, service, and devotion.” (True to the Faith, p. 188) These actions include a regular prayer life, attending LDS Church meetings, and participating in priesthood ordinances. Worship also includes having the right attitude and spirit in following the LDS gospel.

Mormons only worship Heavenly Father and not Jesus Christ. They are taught to “worship your Heavenly Father and express your gratitude for His Son, Jesus Christ.” (True to the Faith, p. 188)  Since Mormons do not believe in the Trinity, they believe they are following the first commandment of worshipping only one God.