worship. 1. Any form of religious devotion or service showing reverence for a divine being
<freedom of worship>. [Cases: Religious Societies 1.C.J.S. Religious Societies §§ 2–5, 7–13.]
public worship. 1. Worship conducted by a religious society according to the society’s system of ecclesiastical authority, ritual propriety, and rules and regulations. 2. Worship under public authority. 3. Worship in a public place, without privacy or concealment. 4. Worship allowed by all members of the public equally.
2.English law. A title of honor or dignity used in addressing certain magistrates or other high officers. • The title is always preceded by a possessive pronoun, usu. your <your worship>.
[Blacks Law 8th]