- prostrating oneself before the god
- strewing salt (on a table or plate with food offerings)
- swinging a ša tēlissi (‘for-purification’, perhaps a thurible?) over a stationary censer
- Sprinkling or setting up a bowl of fragrant oil, aromatics, juniper, or the like
- placing food or drink (in bowls, dishes, containers, etc) onto an offering table – for instance, grain, bread, cakes, fruit such as dates or pomegranates, etc. – or setting it out on a plate
- giving incense by placing it on a stationary censer or burner (often a specific number of times, e.g., thrice) – not necessarily frankincense, but also juniper powder and other substances
- pouring a libation (drink offering) from a libation bowl into a brazier, into a pit, body of water or some receptacle – offering substances like water, beer, wine, honey, oil, milk, blood, and often several of them together or in sequence
- burning honey and oil
- speaking prayers, intoning ritual songs, reciting lamentations, etc.
- seating cult statues of the gods (or other symbols/attributes of them), kissing their feet, etc.
- dedicating metal, textiles, etc.
This list is not meant to be comprehensive. The tasks may be divided between different people, and the sequence of events and the movement of different actors (human and divine) may also be ritualized.
Personally, I use the following steps for routine worship: