The Lord’s Supper, Eucharist, Holy Communion – these different terms refer to the same sacrament, a symbolic meal, shared by most Christian churches.

Communion is celebrated at a table that suggests the dining table in our homes.  At the communion table, in our words, we acknowledge Jesus Christ as the host and we are guests.  The meal uses the symbols of bread and juice (rather than wine) to remind us of Jesus’ last supper with his followers and of God’s enduring love.

At Trinity we invite all who seek to follow Jesus and share God’s love in the world to eat this meal.

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