We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of every month. Communion is a meal that celebrates our union with Jesus Christ and emphasizes our unity with others who follow Jesus. In this meal, the bread represents Jesus’ body that was broken for us, and the cup represents Jesus’ blood that was shed for us (Matthew 26:26-29). Communion invites us to remember Jesus’ sacrifice and to grow in deeper devotion to him and to our fellow believers.
Our bread is gluten free and our cup contains a mixture of grape juice and vinegar to symbolize Jesus’ blood and the bittersweetness of his sacrifice for us. We invite any who are already followers of Jesus, ready to partake in a worthy manner (1 Corinthians 11:17-34), to join in the meal. All others are encouraged to observe and reflect on the forgiveness Jesus offers.