Bringing Christ's Love to Life
Our Reason for Existence
Sunday worship is October 22 at 9:00am and 11:00am. Communion happens every Sunday.
Please note - Oct 29 is Reformation 500 Sunday so we're having a unity (single) worship at 10:30, followed by BBQ and Trunk or Treat
A snippet from Sunday's sermon:
Like I mentioned before, it turns out there are some misconceptions surrounding communion. Maybe more accurately, the practice behind communion. I think we generally agree about the basics. Things like using bread and wine. And having grape juice as well. Things like Christ’s being truly present in the bread and the wine. Christ is always with us of course but we have a special kind of connection in the tangible bread and wine. We don’t understand the mystery of how he is present but we have faith that Christ is. Things like our experience of forgiveness once again as we eat the bread and drink the wine. We’re forgiven all the time of course but again, we have special kind of connection in the tangible bread and wine. Not to mention, it’s something Christ commanded us to do.
There's more to the story. Join in the rest of the discussion this Sunday, October 22 at 9:00am and 11:00am
Meanwhile, some questions to consider:
How many disciples were at the table of the Last Supper?
How many sacraments are there in the Lutheran world?
Which misconception about communion do you hold on the tightest?
Who is worthy of taking communion?
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