Their place of worship is called a temple.
They meditate in front of Buddha or at their houses.
We do not worship in Buddhism since we believe in no immortal, omniscient gods. What we do we call Practice. We practice putting the Buddha's teachings into each thought, word and deed we do.
Buddhisms main belief is to not kill any. Living thing and to have peace
In a church
Jews worship every day.
We always worship God every day, but our main worship day is sunday.
like sikhism they worship every day.
they worship on cake
Worship in Judaism is every day, three times a day.
Buddhists do not worship any gods or beings, so the term worship as applied to what we Buddhists do is incorrect. We practice putting the teachings of the Buddha into every action, every thought and every word spoken. One of our main practices is meditation. We have temples were monks and nuns live and practice together and have group meditations.
Tuesday is a day of worship for them. They are to go to there temples and worship there Gods.
there is no certain day on which Muslims worship. Muslims pray 5 times a day
Primarily, Christians worship in churches on Sundays.
Sikhs have no particular day to worship, any day, any place, any time is good to worship God. Though due to one's own schedule, Sundays happens to be the most apt day to worship.
they worship everyday
They usually worship on Sundays.
no, hindus do not worship 5 times a day. However Hindus do worship 3 times a day, at dawn, at afternoon and at dusk.
Jews worship God in synagogues, every day of the year.
Muslims do not worship a certain day of the week as they only acknowledge an extemporaneous God. As for the days upon which a Muslim will worship, Muslims worship every day on the week, but have an extended communal prayer on Friday Afternoon.