Join us for worship on Sunday, October 6 as we celebrate “World Communion Sunday.” Our worship will focus on the sharing of the Last Supper (Mark 14:22-26). Indeed, the story of the Passover in Exodus takes on new meaning and significance for us as Christians when viewed in the context of the Gospel. Jesus often broke bread as a part of his earthly ministry, and it was in the act of observing the Passover with his followers that he instituted the sacrament of holy communion. In the same way that Moses delivered people from physical bondage into a worldly “Promised Land,” Jesus delivers us from spiritual bondage with the promise of eternal life in another world. Perhaps the closest we can be to experiencing that new world is when we break bread together.
Join us Sunday morning at 8:30 or 10:45 and bring a friend. You are welcome…just as you are!