Communion is regularly celebrated the first Sunday of the month. You need not be a member of our congregation to receive Holy Communion you just need to be a believer in Jesus Christ or have a desire to know him.
Our Reformed Tradition interprets Holy Communion as Christ’s memorial of his sacrifice on the cross in the bread and wine. We emphasize Jesus’ words, “Do this in remembrance of me.”
All are welcome to take holy communion including children. It is at the digression of the parents whether the child is allow to partake in communion.