Every Sunday our Lord Jesus Christ comes to earth and gathers us unto Himself to give us forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation through Holy Absolution.
On 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays, and throughout the Easter season we receive His very body and blood for our salvation in Holy Communion.
We practice the ancient Church's practice of closed communion. This means we only comune those who are under the spiritual care of this congregation, or a congregation we are in fellowship with. We do this out of desire not to harm someone who unknowingly might commune unworthily (1 Corinthians 11:27-30). Please contact our pastor before service if you are visiting and desire to commune.
And read the pamphlet below for further explanation.