In Holy Communion, one of two sacraments of the United Methodist Church, we remember God's gift of Jesus Christ and Christ's sacrifice on our behalf. We also remember God's grace given to us in our baptism and partake of the spiritual food necessary for sustaining us in the journey of faith. As a sacrament, we believe Holy Communion is a means of God's grace. It is not solely a memorial meal, but is also a time we encounter the Risen Lord through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit.
We receive Holy Communion by "intinction." Bread or wafer is given and then the cup is offered. The bread is then dipped in the juice and both elements are received at the same time.
Gluten free communion wafers are available every time communion is offered from any of the servers.
The Communion Table is open to all who seek a relationship with Jesus Christ regardless of age or church membership.
Children of any age are welcome to take part in Communion. See Children and Communion for more information.