Service Hours: 9:00 AM Sunday Morning


For I received from the Lord what
I also handed on to you, that the Lord
Jesus on the night when he was
betrayed took a loaf of bread, and
when he had given thanks, he broke it
and said,“This is my body that is for
you. Do this in remembrance of me.”
1 Corinthians 11:23–24


Communion (also known as the Lord’s Supper or Eucharist) is one of two Sacraments practiced by
Reformed Christians (Baptism is the other). In this simplest of meals—a morsel of bread, a sip of juice or
wine—there is a great feast of mystery and meaning:
• Communion is a sign and seal of the covenant of grace made by God through Jesus Christ and
extended to us.
• Around the table that Christ prepares, we give thanks and praise for God’s creative power,
redeeming love, and sustaining care.
• With gratitude, we recall Christ’s gracious life, saving death, and life-giving resurrection—even
as we await his coming in glory.
• We pray for the gifts of the Holy Spirit, who nourishes us with Christ’s presence and makes us
one in ministry with the church throughout the world.
• We enjoy a foretaste of the heavenly banquet to come, when we will feast with all the saints in
God’s eternal realm.

2023 Communion Schedule

January 1 – New Year's Day (Chapel Service only)
January 8 – Baptism of the Lord
February 19 – Transfiguration Sunday
February 22 - Ash Wednesday
February 26 – First Sunday in Lent
April 6 – Maundy Thursday
April 9 – Easter Sunday
April 22 – Earth Day
May 28 – Pentecost
June 4 – Trinity Sunday
August 20 - Fall Kick Off
September 17 – Little Children of the Philippines
October 1 – World Communion Sunday
October 29 – Reformation/All Saints Sunday
November 26 – Christ the King Sunday
December 24 – Christmas Eve