The Sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated during our online and in-person worship services on the first Saturday/Sunday of each month, and on other holy occasions. Our Bishop has authorized Virtual Communion in addition to In-Person Communion during the pandemic.
All present are encouraged to participate fully regardless of age, religious affiliation, or any other circumstances. “Whosoever will may come.”
Participants in our Virtual Communion may provide their own grape juice and bread, or what they feel is an acceptable substitution, maintaining integrity with the elements according to their personal circumstances. See “Guidance on Virtual Communion” by Bishop William T. McAlilly.
We offer to the Lord our prayers, our presence, our gifts, our service, and our witness, together with the elements each brings to their table for consecration to be for each of us the body and blood of Christ.