We are simply christians, meaning that we are a people for Christ own possesion without denominational titles or the creeds of man.
Those of us that gather to "worship Him in spirit and in truth" on the Lord's day, gather to do as those in the first century did, as described in Acts 2:42
"they were continually devoting themselves to the apostles' teaching" which includes both the application and study of God's word, teaching and preaching.
"and to fellowship", which for us; and we believe for those in that day, included getting better acquainted with one another's needs, giving of their resources in an offering and lifting our voice in song, singing with thankfulness in our hearts to God.
"to the breaking of the bread" which is also known as Communion, shared in by all those that have "recieved His word and were baptized'(acts 2:41)
'and to Prayer', we are often led in Prayers by the men of the congregation, as we all join and agree that God's will be done in all things.