Communion: Sunday June 11, 2017

Join us Sunday, June 11, as we participate in communion together. Communion (aka, “The Lord’s Supper”) is an opportunity that we participate in as a memorial of Jesus’ dying on our behalf on the cross by taking a piece of bread (symbolizing His broken body) and drinking a small cup of grape juice (symbolizing His shed blood). We do this together about once every other month.
All those who have put their faith and trust in Christ are welcomed to participate with us in communion. This is always a great time for our church family to bond together over our common identity in Jesus.
Things you may consider doing in advance to be prepared to participate include:
  – Praying and turning over any unconfessed sin to God. Come to communion with a pure heart.
  – Seek to repair any relationships where needed and possible.
  – Read Luke 22:14-20, one of the recorded accounts of the last supper, which we do communion in memorial of.
  – Some like to fast for a day or even just that morning beforehand. While this isn’t something we push, it is a meaningful experience for those who do so. 
We’ll see you Sunday!

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