At Grace & Peace, we celebrate Communion (also called the Lord’s Supper, the Lord’s Table or the Eucharist) each week. We welcome all baptized Christians—those who are trusting in Jesus Christ for salvation and who are members of congregations that proclaim the gospel—to receive Communion with us. If this does not currently describe you, we invite you to participate in spirit but not body by taking this time to consider the things you have seen and heard in worship, including God's love for sinners as portrayed in this meal.
You may either remain in your seat to meditate on these things or come forward and hold out your hands to indicate that you would like to receive a blessing instead of the bread and wine. If you have any questions about whether you should participate in the Lord’s Supper please talk with our Pastor.
At Grace & Peace, we use normal bread and wine in our celebration of the Lord’s Supper. We also use a common loaf and a common cup in our celebration. For those who have gluten intolerance, there is gluten free bread available. For those who cannot take the wine due to issues of health or conscience, juice is available in individual glasses.