Many of the Congregational churches not part of the United Church of Christ follow a Christian year designed to involve the worshiper with the entire message of Scripture, from Creation to eschatological fulfillment.
Congregational meetinghouses of the traditional kind express the early character of Congregationalism, especially in the central location of the pulpit. Subsequent renovations have attempted to embody a variety of theological commitments. Careful consideration has also been given to the appointments of Congregationalist meetinghouses. Also, several Congregationalist artists have been at the forefront of the liturgical dance movement.