Lord's Supper Cup The Lord's Supper is a practice that Jesus asked His followers to continue. On the night before He was crucified on the cross, Jesus and his disciples were observing the Jewish feast of the Passover. As Jesus shared the Passover bread and wine, He told His followers "As often as you do this, do this in remembrance of me." The bread and wine were to represent Jesus' body and blood that He was about to sacrifice on our behalf.

Because of that command, once a month we observe the Lord's Supper as a Church body. We serve each believer a small, enclosed cup, which has a small particle of bread on one end and a small serving of wine on the opposite end. The enclosure can be peeled back on the bread side to make that available; then the enclosure from the wine side can also be peeled back. After everyone has been served, when the minister instructs us, each person eats the bread and drinks from their wine cup.

If you have ever been baptized, you are invited to join us in the Lord's Supper. If you have not been baptized, then we ask that you just wait quietly during this observance as it only takes a few minutes to complete.