We include Communion in our regular service on the first Sunday of the month. This is an informal memorial of the Last Supper, as Jesus asked his followers to do. In fact, the only thing Jesus ever asked for himself is that we remember him. So our Communion has time for brief meditation of remembrance and prayer on the significance for us today of that symbolic meal that Jesus led his disciples in on the night before he died. All who are on the faith journey are invited to take part.
Communion may mean different things to different people – this is what symbols always allow – but the common thread is a sense of connection with the love of God as shown to us by Jesus and a connection with each other, since Communion is never a memorial in isolation from others.
Take an hour out of your busy life.
Feel the peace.
Make new friends.
Our prayer is that you will leave refreshed, knowing on some new level that God loves you, and committed to being the hands and feet that carry love into our world.