In every Sunday morning worship service we observe the Lord’s Supper (sometimes called ‘communion’) which serves as a reminder of the covenant Jesus made with Christians. It includes passing a plate with unlevened bread (looks like a big cracker) and secondly a tray which contains little thimble size cups of grape juice. Christians will break off a small piece of the cracker which serves as a reminder of Jesus’ body. The little cup of the juice is a reminder of Jesus’ blood which He shed for the forgivness of sins. In addition to the Lord’s Supper the same men who distribute the communion will also pass collection trays for members to give to the financial support of the work of the church. Guests are not asked and should not feel compelled to participate in this collection.
Also in every worship service we sing several songs together as a congregation. You’ll notice we do so without the accompaniment of instruments. Song books are provided so everyone can see the words and notes; we also project the same on a screen. At several points during the worship service, one of our men will verbally lead us in prayer with the congregation silently following the prayer. Towards the end of our worship our Minister will present a short sermon from one of the books of the Bible.
A typical Sunday morning will begin with Bible classes lasting 45 minutes and our worship service approximately one hour. In between, we allow time for everyone to visit, grab some coffee, and make their way to the worship service.
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