Posted: April 2016
Whilst respecting the opinions of those who think differently, our view on Holy Communion is that it is open to anyone and everyone. So whether you are baptised, confirmed or a church member somewhere, matters not. What does matter is whether you want to take up Christ's invitation at The Last Supper to "do this in remembrance of me". So if you would like to share the bread and the non-alcoholic wine at any of our services of holy communion, you will be very welcome. It is 'an open table'.
Our next communion service will be taken by our minister Helen Kirk this Sunday 17th April at 8.45am. For more information about all our services, click here.
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