We believe that Jesus gave the church two important ordinances which he asks us to celebrate: baptism and the Lord’s Supper, also called Communion.
Baptism marks a person’s entrance into the faith while Communion acts as a continual reminder of what Jesus did for us on the cross.
If you have placed your trust in Jesus Christ as your Savior we invite you to participate in our Communion services. Typically, Communion is celebrated during the last Sunday services of each month.
The celebration of communion – see 1 Corinthians 11:23-25 – is designed to symbolize:
- The bread symbolizes Jesus’ sinless life which was broken at the cross for us.
- The cup symbolizes the blood Jesus shed for the forgiveness of our sins.
His death inaugurated a New Covenant between God and his people where God promised to give us his Holy Spirit and to write his laws on our hearts thus enabling us to obey him, not out of our own power, but out of his.
We believe that as we celebrate communion, it should lead our hearts to worship, trust and obey Jesus because he is both our Savior and our Lord.