What we Practice

Understanding some of the things we do as a church.

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Communion
Communion

Communion, also known as The Lord’s Supper, is mentioned in the New Testament books of the Bible and refers to the act of thanks and remembrance of the death of Christ and our relationship through the new covenant. It is also called the Lord’s table, eucharist, but is most commonly called communion today. Scripture tells us that Communion is a permanent ordinance and command that was set in place by Jesus Christ until He comes again.

The first communion took place during the Passover Feast as Jesus ate with his disciples. The act of communion uses bread to symbolize the body of Jesus and wine to represent His blood. As we take communion, the purpose is to remember his sacrifice on the cross, examine ourselves and confess our sins, and proclaim Him as Lord and Savior. (Text from Christianity.com)

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