Communion

Holy Communion is regularly celebrated among us every Sunday and Wednesday service.  Please join us if you are a baptized Christian and believe that the sacrament is the true body and blood of Jesus Christ and you are willing to change your sinful life.


We believe that in, with, and under are the elements of bread and wine we receive just what our Lord promised: His body and blood for the forgiveness of sins.

The sacrament of the altar offers Christ's true body and blood under the bread and the wine for the forgiveness of sins.  

- As Jesus celebrated the Passover with His disciples on the night he was betrayed and arrested, He instituted the Lord's Supper. (Matthew 26:28 & Mark 14:22-25; Luke 22:14-20; 1 Corinthians 11:17-29)

-This is not merely a symbol but the actual body and blood of Christ that is present in a super natural way in, with, and under the elements of the bread and wine.

- While we may not understand how the body and blood of Christ can be truly present in this meal, we receive it in faith because we trust in the Word of Christ who said, "This is my body...This is my blood"

-This meal is a remembrance of what Christ did for us on the cross, a confession of our faith, and a foretaste of the feast to come in paradise. (1 Corinthians 11:25-26)

We practice (close) communion because: 

-It is the historical practice of the early Church.

-Being in communion with each other requires that we believe and confess the same things. (Acts 2:42; 1 Corinthians 10:17, 11:26)

-We desire to protect people from taking it to their condemnation rather than the blessing it is intended to be.  (1 Corinthians 11:27-29)