The Presbyterian Church (USA) has two sacraments, Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. The sacraments provide a picture of God’s promises to us. Fourth-century theologian St. Augustine called them “outward and visible signs of an inward and spiritual grace.” Following his lead, 16th-century reformer John Calvin said sacraments are “visible words” that help strengthen faith and nurture discipleship. While the written words of Scripture teach us about God’s redemptive work in Jesus Christ, the sacraments express God’s grace in tangible ways. (Source: www.presbyterianmission.org)
- Communion will be observed the first Sunday of each month.
- Communion also is observed at Lenten services and on Christmas Eve.
Would you like to receive home communion?
Anyone can request home communion the first Sunday of each month when the sacrament is observed at church. Contact John Cook, firstname.lastname@example.org, the week prior to the first Sunday to be added to the in-home schedule.