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Until further notice, we are not gathering in-person for worship in our sanctuary. Worship is live online at 10:00 every Sunday morning.

For nearly two thousand years followers of Christ have heeded his words and shared the sacramental meal. In breaking bread together and passing the cup, gatherings of faithful Christians around the world and through the centuries have been linked together in communion and touched tangibly by the grace of God. For all of our many differences—even with respect to the sacrament itself—the body of Christ has demonstrated rare unity in the unbroken continuity of the practice of partaking of the body and blood of our Savior.

Today the church finds itself in an unprecedented situation. Presently, it is dangerous for us to gather in our sanctuary for worship—even more so for us to eat and drink together. While our separation preserves our health and safety, it imperils the sacramental life of the church and hinders our ability to be nourished and unified at the Lord’s Table.

We are not yet able to predict how long our physical separation will last, and even when it ends many of our number will be wise still to remain in isolation until the threat of infection is fully and truly behind us. For this reason, following our denomination’s guidance, we continue to celebrate the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of each month, even though we are not gathering together in person.

The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month.

What is the Lord's Supper?

The Lord’s Supper enacts and seals what the Word proclaims: God’s sustaining grace offered to all people. The Lord’s Supper is at once God’s gift of grace, God’s means of grace, and God’s call to respond to that grace. Through the Lord’s Supper, Jesus Christ nourishes us in righteousness, faithfulness, and discipleship. Through the Lord’s Supper, the Holy Spirit renews the Church in its identity and sends the Church to mission in the world.

When we gather at the Lord’s Supper the Spirit draws us into Christ’s presence and unites with the Church in every time and place. We join with all the faithful in heaven and on earth in offering thanksgiving to the triune God. We reaffirm the promises of our baptism and recommit ourselves to love and serve God, one another, and our neighbors in the world.

[from the PC(USA) Directory for Worship]

Who can partake?

The opportunity to eat and drink with Christ is not a right bestowed upon the worthy, but a privilege given to the undeserving who come in faith, repentance, and love. All who come to the table are offered the bread and cup, regardless of their age or understanding.

[from the PC(USA) Directory for Worship]