What is Communion?
Communion is a sacrament that we celebrate as a church. In the United Methodist Church, we believe that Communion is an opportunity to be filled with the grace and love of Jesus Christ. After a pastor blesses the elements, the bread and juice are holy and special. They remind
us of God’s love for us. We all take a piece of bread from the same loaf and are reminded of the ways we are connected as a church. When we eat the bread and drink the juice, we are doing what Jesus and his disciples did 2,000 years ago.
All are welcome at the Lord’s Table. As a United Methodist congregation, we celebrate an open communion. That means that we invite all people, regardless of age or church membership. It doesn’t matter how old you are, if you go to church often, or if you think you are worthy. You are invited!