The Lord's Supper
This is a central part of our worship. It has many names. You may know it as "communion" or "Eucharist" or "taking of the sacrements". Most often we refer to this as "The Lord's Supper" or "Communion."
Jesus, established this simple "supper" shortly before He was betrayed and crucified. His instructions were simple. He broke the bread and said "Remember me". He then took the cup and likewise said "Remember me". He said that the bread was to remind us of the fact that He became a real flesh and blood man; we are to remember His body. The cup was to remind us that He was willing to die, offering us His blood as a sacrifice that we might be forgiven of our sins.
You are welcome to join with us as we remember Jesus, His life, His sacrifice and His resurrection. A tray with an unleavened cracker will be passed to you. Take a small piece and eat it. As you do, allow your mind to offer thanks and remember that God was willing to become a man so you may know Him better.
A tray with small cups of simple grape juice will also be passed. Take one and drink it. Again, consider Jesus. Consider how much He must have loved you. How we don't deserve the love that is offered but that we gladly accept it.