Sunday, November 01, 2020
We celebrate communion as a reminder of how grateful we are that Jesus sacrificed himself and paid the ultimate price for our sins. The elements of bread and juice are symbols of Christ's broken body and shed blood. By partaking of this sacrament, we are saying, I believe in You and I receive and walk in Your grace. This act of obedience symbolizes a new covenant. Communion is not a means of salvation. Rather, it is a testament of a believer's faith in the atoning work of the cross.
This Sunday, communion will be observed during service. If you are viewing online, please have bread and juice prepared at the end of each of our services.
"Then after he had given thanks, he broke it and said,
'This is my body, which is given for you. Eat this and remember me.'
After the meal, Jesus took a cup of wine in his hands and said, 'This is my blood, and with it
God makes his new agreement with you. Drink this and remember me'."
1 Cor. 11:24-25