May 5 @ 10:45 am - 11:45 am
For centuries, followers of Jesus have met together to partake in a meal commonly referred to as the Lord’s Supper. Followers of Jesus take part in the Lord’s Supper regularly to remember and participate in the power of Jesus’ life. This meal invites us to remember Jesus. It represents to the senses⏤just like the meals God established for the Israelites⏤the life and death of Jesus. This meal is not something we do for Jesus; rather, it reminds us of what Jesus has done for us. And it becomes something we do with Jesus. We participate with him in it.
The Lord’s Supper reminds us of the life and work of Jesus, and it marks us as people of his new covenant. And while doing all of this, it also anticipates that final glorious feast. The meal serves as a taste of what is to come—a taste of true life. As we practice this new covenant meal, may it stir within us hope for his return and thankfulness for who he is and what he has done.
If you are a follower of Jesus, we invite you to participate in the Lord’s supper with us every 5th Sunday.