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The Lord’s Supper is the name we use for our weekly gathering during which we remember the Lord Jesus Christ’s life and death in the way He requested. The Lord’s Supper is a direct command of Jesus our Savior for all His followers to obey (see 1 Corinthians 11:23-25). Following the pattern of the very first churches we do this on Sunday, the day of His resurrection from the dead.
It is not a typical church service that is led from the front, but different men lead this time by praying, reading portions from the Bible and sharing thoughts or requesting appropriate hymns. This is a time for us to deliberately focus our attention on our Lord, who is the heart and center of Christianity.
In particular we concentrate on His self-sacrifice on the cross for our sins. Sometimes there are periods of silence; please do not feel awkward during these pauses but use the time to pray or meditate on what has been said.
After a time of orderly worship, praise, prayer and singing, we will partake of the bread and the cup as symbols of the body and blood of Christ. We ask that you only partake of the bread and cup if you have personally received Jesus Christ as your Savior. Again, please do not feel awkward in passing the bread and cup along without partaking. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have during our fellowship break which follows this meeting.
You are more than welcome to attend this meeting. No collections are taken. We look forward to meeting you!
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