And that is not my point either. I did not say it was wrong to have 'worship services.' I just pointed out that this is not the type of language the New Testament uses.

The church met to eat the Lord's Supper and to have meetings in which the saints were edified through use of the gifts of the Spirit. In the epistles, we see that this was done, or was to be done, through mutually edifying meetings in which the saints were to exhort one another. The scriptures were also to be read.

I suppose some might see this as a 'worship service' but if there is no prostration, it is not literally proskuneo. 'Service' probably comes from the concept of liturgy. I am not against having aspects of liturgical worship, but I do not see it as specificaly commanded as exhorting one another is.