Communion Sunday

This Sunday (April 5th) we will be celebrating communion. Though we won’t be in the same building, we will partake of the Lord’s Supper together during the streamed service in our homes. There are a couple of options for you in securing the elements for communion. You can use what you have at home. We would recommend grape juice for the cup and an unleavened bread for the bread. If you want to make an unleavened communion bread it is very simple. You only need flour, oil, water, and salt. It would be a great activity to do with your children. Here is a link to a simple recipe:

You can also use leavened bread, if necessary, such saltine crackers or sandwich bread broken up into pieces.

A second option for you is pre-packaged communion elements that we will deliver to your doorstep. The wafer and the cup are in a sealed package and we can drop off however many you need for those participating in your household. Simply contact the church and tell us how many you need and where we can drop them off.

Although we will not be gathered in the same building, I am looking forward to celebrating communion with you. This is a time for us to remember the love of God demonstrated through Christ's death on our behalf. May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all!


God touches each new generation with the beauty of His love and grace, and each new generation responds with new songs. We use a blended style of worship that integrates the traditional hymns with contemporary Christian worship. Worship draws us into God's presence and shifts our focus from our problems to His glory. We gather Sundays to worship together, but we also know that worship is a way of life. The word of God is central to our worship and related to the challenges we face in our lives today. We would love to have you join us!


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