Holy Communion is a sacred meal in which Christ comes to us in bread and wine. “This is my body given for you… This is my blood shed for you.” We believe those words to be true. Christ is truly present in Holy Communion. When we receive the bread and wine of this meal, we receive his body and blood.
Holy Communion is celebrated weekly. All who are baptized, believe that in this meal we receive the body and blood of our Lord, and that through this gift of grace we receive the entire forgiveness of our sins, are invited at the Lord’s table.
Receiving Holy Communion
All are invited to receive this precious gift.
The bread and wine are served at the railing. You may kneel or stand as you are comfortable.
Grape juice and gluten free wafers are also available. Just ask the server.
Pick up a communion cup as you come up for communion. They are located just after the front pew on the right side of the aisle. When returning to your seat, deposit the empty communion cup in the basket before the front pew on the left side of the aisle.