The Sacrament of Holy Communion, also known as The Lord’s Supper and Eucharist, is generally celebrated on the first Sunday of every month. Each celebration begins with a welcome for all people to participate. All are welcome to the Table of Grace, wherever you are, whatever you’re carrying, the table belongs to God and God invites all of God’s people to receive the bread and juice. (Gluten-free option available)
We don’t call the table an “altar” in our tradition because we focus on the sacrament that Christ instituted for the remembrance of him, in the form of a simple meal — a sharing of bread and wine with friends.
We gather with different stories, sorrows, or joys, and we celebrate the diversity of God as reflected by those who gather. We also celebrate that what we have in common in Christ, as we partake in Communion, is greater than our differences and connects us in ways that call us into deeper relationship. In the partaking of communion, we participate with Christ whose life, death, and resurrection unites us in a common love, given freely, for us all.