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In accordance with Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions, we keep this sacrament by our Lord’s command, “Take and eat… take and drink… for the remembrance of me,” and by his promise, “my body given for you” and “my blood shed for you for the forgiveness of sin.” As we by bread and cup eat the body and drink the blood of Christ’s death for our sins, we share also in his resurrection for our life.
Baptized guests who regularly commune at their home congregation and share this understanding are welcome to commune with us and our Lord’s table. Guests, including children of guests, who have never received Communion are invited to receive a blessing until you have spoken with one of the pastors about proper preparation for receiving Christ’s Body and Blood.
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5:00 pm – Holy Communion 1st, 3rd & 5th Saturday