Christ is lifted in Communion each second around the globe
This Sunday, being the first of the month, it is our tradition at St. Andrew’s to celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper, also called Communion. Jesus told us to love one another, and communion is one expression of that love. It is a time and means of grace ‘for those who love the Lord a little, and yearn to love him more.’
You are invited to bring your own bread and wine/juice, or pick up a pre-packaged unit as you enter the sanctuary. If you are worshipping online, perhaps take a moment before the service to prepare your elements and join in communion with us.
We warmly welcome the Reverends Heather and Paul Kern to lead us in worship this morning.