Communion is the central act of worship in this church. It involves a re-enactment of the central part of the Last Supper which Jesus shared with his disciples. Special services may also be held around the festivals of Christmas and Easter. In addition the minister may bring the sacrament to homes of people unable to attend public worship.
We keep an ‘open table’ which means that we invite all people who love the Lord Jesus and seek to serve him to share in receiving the bread and wine. The normal format includes the elders bringing the bread and wine to the people in the pews. The wine we use is either non-alcoholic wine or unfermented grape juice which is served in individual glasses.