We believe that all are welcome at the Lord’s table. Those who seek to live a new life in God’s grace are invited to share the bread and cup. Communion is served at all three services on the first Sunday of the month. The congregation comes forward to receive from a common loaf and cup. If someone is unable to do so comfortably one of the pastors will serve them at their seat. We provide gluten free wafers for those with gluten sensitivity.
It is a Methodist tradition to receive an offering to feed persons who are hungry in our community and world.
In the United Methodist Church children are welcome to receive communion. In 3rd grade we begin discussing the meaning of communion in Sunday school and invite children 3rd grade and above to receive communion if they choose to do so. They may do so with their Sunday School class, or rejoin their families at that time of the service.
On the first Sunday in October we celebrate World Communion Sunday, a day when Christians around the world gather to share the Lord’s Supper. Our tradition includes sharing breads from different parts of the world. Our congregation includes people from all over the world and we give thanks that God has gathered us together!