World Communion Sunday

On Sunday, October 3, 2021 we celebrate World Communion Sunday. Different symbols are used to help explain what Holy Communion is all about.

Bread and Wheat - Jesus is the bread of life. Bread is used to represent his body at the last supper.

Grapes and Cup - Juice is made from grapes and poured into the cup. Juice is used to represent his blood at the last supper.

Cross - used to remember Jesus' death

Dove - used to represent the Holy Spirit that is always present within us

Heart - used to represent Jesus' love for us

People - We all come together to share communion as part of God's big family

World - We pray for the world and remember that Jesus came for all of us

Handshake - used to represent sharing the peace and forgiving others before taking communion

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