Communion

The sacrament that Christ instituted for the remembrance of him takes the form of a simple meal — a sharing of bread and wine (grape juice).

Communion at First Presbyterian Church is typically offered the first Sunday of each month and is open to all individuals who profess faith in Jesus Christ. It is not necessary to be a church member to participate in communion.

Communion at our Traditional Worship is given by the elders passing the elements to a seated congregation.  The bread and wine, served separately, are held until all are served and taken together.

At our Morning Glory Worship, we administer the sacrament by intinction  During intinction, the pastor and elders offer bread from a loaf and a chalice of juice to the congregation coming to them at the Communion table. The communicant will tear of a bit of bread then dip it in the cup, then eat the grape-juice saturated bread.