Grace Presbyterian observes the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper during worship on the first Sunday of each month. What we want the readers to know, says Dr. Lawrence, the Interim Minister, is that all baptized believers are welcomed at the Lord’s Table.
Presbyterians hold to “OPEN” Communion because we align ourselves with all Christian believers worldwide. We think the elements, bread and wine (or grape juice); often signify a special and blessed presence of our resurrected Lord. As we partake of the elements we know we are truly following one of Jesus’ commandments, “This do in remembrance of me.” Communion is a family thing also. It reminds us that we spiritually belong, not only to God, but also to one another. We are brothers and sisters and children together in the Kingdom of God.
You are most welcome to share “The Feast which the Lord has prepared” come Sunday. Dr. Lawrence’s sermon has to do with three aspects of communion that we can bring to the table: Preparation, Anticipation and Consecration.
Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. The Church is located at Fourth and Main