Communion, also known as The Lord’s Supper, is one of two ordinances we observe (the other being baptism). We celebrate the Lord’s Supper at various times throughout the year. The breaking of bread and drinking of juice is done in remembrance of the last supper Jesus shared with his disciples before his death. Our Communion services are open to any and all who claim Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.
We believe the Lord’s Supper to be an ordinance — an act instituted by Christ — to remember his suffering and death through the symbols of bread and grape juice.
We observe Communion because Jesus ordered it
It is not a mystical rite that transports grace, it is an expression of the grace that we have already received from God. During Communion, we remember the work of Christ and reflect on its significance in our own lives; and we also look to a future time when we will share a meal with Jesus upon his return.