We celebrate Communion twice a month. In morning service on the first Sunday and evening service on the third Sunday. The bread is brought round, people take a piece and eat it as they are served. Non-alcoholic wine is served in individual small cups. We wait until everyone has been served and then drink it together as a sign of our oneness in Christ. Everyone who knows Jesus Christ as their Saviour and Lord is welcome to take communion. If you are not sure what this means, or you feel uncomfortable about taking bread and wine, please feel free to let the bread and wine pass you by.
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