You may hear it called the Eucharist, the Lord’s Supper, or Holy Communion – they are all the same thing. This is the joyful feast where we celebrate Christ’s presence in our lives as we remember and reenact Jesus’ breaking of bread and sharing of cup with his disciples. We celebrate the sacrament of Communion on the first Sunday of each month and on some special days such as: Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Easter and Pentecost.
We usually serve communion to the congregation as they sit in the pews and offer gluten free wafers for those with such dietary needs.
Our table is an open table. That is, everyone who seeks the presence of Christ in his or her lives is welcome to participate and share in this meal. That means whether you belong to another church, or no church, you are welcome to join us. Children of all ages are also welcome to share in this sacred meal, although we recognize this is a decision of the parents as to when this happens. If you do not feel comfortable taking Communion, simply let the trays pass by you.