World Communion Sunday – October 1
World Communion Sunday is a special celebratory service which takes place the first Sunday of October every year. It is observed by a number of Christian denominations as an attempt to bring churches together in the service of Christian unity and cooperation—in which all people might receive both inspiration and information, and above all, to know how important the Church of Jesus Christ is, and how each congregation is interconnected one with another.
Through the celebration of Communion, Christians remember Christ’s sacrifice of Himself on the cross for our salvation. The elements of Communion, bread and wine, are consecrated by the minister and offered to all attending the service. All are welcome to come to this service and participate in the celebration.
In addition, the annual Peace & Global Witness Offering will be taken as a part of this Sunday’s service. This special offering enables the church to promote the Peace of Christ by addressing systems of injustice across the world. It supports: work for peace and justice in cultures of violence through collaborative projects supporting active peacemakers; education for the US church on the pressing issues of injustice; advocacy with those most vulnerable to violence; and provision of relief, shelter, and hope to families who have fled their homes in search of safety from across the globe to nearby victims of this year’s hurricanes.
Worship is the heart of our life as a congregation.
Adult Bible study begins at 9:30am.
Traditional worship service begins at 11:00am.
Sunday School for children provided during worship service.
Coffee Fellowship follows at 12:15pm.
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