We believe The Lord’s Supper, also known as communion, is a memorial of Christ’s death; the elements are symbolic of His body and blood. In communion we remember what Christ has done to secure our salvation, and we proclaim that He is coming again.
While baptism is a one-time act of obedience, communion is an ongoing act of obedience, to be done regularly by the person who has put their faith in Christ’s life, death and resurrection.
At Grace, we celebrate The Lord’s Supper on a regular monthly basis at our weekend worship services. Click on the buttons below to find our next date for the Lord’s Supper or to contact us with any questions!