Communion is a sacred meal of bread and wine we share together as a way of remembering Jesus and his love. It’s not a full meal, just a taste of bread and wine that is a symbolic way of eating with one another and with Christ, whom we believe is present in Spirit. As an act of worship, communion joins us together and reminds us that we are God’s people who are called to love God and each other.
Everyone is welcome to share in communion, even children, but if you’re not sure about it, then just hang back until you’ve had the chance to ask a few more questions. The minister would be pleased to talk with you or if you’d like, you can send a question via email on this website.
Communion is served quarterly in March, June, September and December on the second Sunday of the month (excepting December when it is the first Sunday)
Family communion is occasionally served at our Rock and Roll service where the tone is informal and kid-friendly, juice is served instead of wine, and everyone is invited to eat and drink as much as they like.