The first covenant had rules for worship and a place made for worship as well.
A tent was put up, the outer one, which was called the Holy Place. In it were the lampstand and the table with the bread offered to God. 1
References for Hebrews 9:2
9.2 a Ex 26.1-30; b Ex 25.31-40; c Ex 25.23-30.
Behind the second curtain was the tent called the Most Holy Place. 2
References for Hebrews 9:3
9.3 Ex 26.31-33.
In it were the gold altar for the burning of incense and the Covenant Box all covered with gold and containing the gold jar with the manna in it, Aaron's stick that had sprouted leaves, and the two stone tablets with the commandments written on them. 3
References for Hebrews 9:4
9.4 a Ex 30.1-6; b Ex 25.10-16; c Ex 16.33; d Nu 17.8-10; e Ex 25.16; Dt 10.3-5.
Above the Box were the winged creatures representing God's presence, with their wings spread over the place where sins were forgiven. But now is not the time to explain everything in detail. 4
References for Hebrews 9:5
9.5 Ex 25.18-22.
This is how those things have been arranged. The priests go into the outer tent every day to perform their duties, 5
References for Hebrews 9:6
but only the high priest goes into the inner tent, and he does so only once a year. He takes with him blood which he offers to God on behalf of himself and for the sins which the people have committed without knowing they were sinning. 6
References for Hebrews 9:7