Communion is a symbol of God's amazing love including the life, death, and resurrection of God's only son, Jesus. It is represented by the loaf and the cup.
The focus of Communion is the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. In Jesus' death and resurrection we receive salvation; we are forgiven by God and saved from the power of sin and death. As a result of His sacrifice we gain an abundant life now, an eternal life in heaven, and a relationship with God that otherwise would not be possible. Because the sacrifice is God's and not ours, everyone is welcome to receive Communion at First Church.
When we serve communion...
- 9:00 Worship | Every Sunday
- 10:30 Worship | First Sunday of every month
- Saturday 6:15 Worship | Saturday before the first Sunday of each month
- Nursing Homes | Friday morning after the first Sunday of each month
- Maundy Thursday Worship | Thursday evening before Easter Sunday
- Christmas Eve Worship | December 24 at 5:00, 7:00, and 11:00 p.m.