Holy Communion is a significant liturgy among Christian churches. Christians partake in Holy Communion in remembrance of God’s saving grace, through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, with an act of thanksgiving and worship. When Christians celebrate Holy Communion, this serves as an opportunity to repent and to cleanse their hearts, leading them to reaffirm their commitment to follow Jesus. For Christians, it also points to the hope ahead and the opportunity to focus on repentance and cleansing of their hearts.
We welcome anyone who is baptised to receive Holy Communion with us, including brothers and sisters who were baptised in another church.