Communion celebrated at the Sunday and Wednesday services
It is very important that we follow Biblical teaching about Holy Communion in order to protect the spiritual welfare of our members and guests. Therefore, we share this Holy Communion policy:
We believe that Holy Communion is the true body and blood of Jesus Christ given in, with, and under the bread of wine. Jesus gives it for the forgiveness of sins. The Bible declares (1 Corinthians 11:27-32) that we should examine and judge ourselves truly before we partake in Holy Communion. This involves acknowledging that we are sinners in need of God’s grace and repenting of our sins. If you are a Christian and believe that Jesus is offering you His body and blood in order to forgive your sins, and you are willing to change your sinful life, then you are prepared to receive.
If you are not sure of your belief regarding Holy Communion, we ask that you talk to the pastor or one of the elders before partaking.