Drive Through Communion
Wednesday, May 27, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Taking Communion together is the greatest symbol of our relationship to one another in the Body of Christ. It visibly demonstrates that we belong to each other as brothers and sisters in God’s family. The Apostle Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 10:16, “Is the bread which we break not a sharing in the body of Christ?” (AMP).
Staying connected to your church family must remain a priority in this pandemic. Jesus chose bread and wine to represent the sacrifice of his body. Every time we participate in Communion we eat the bread and drink the juice as a reminder of how much God loves us and the sacrifice he made for us. Remembering gives us strength! It’s what gets us through the hard times. It’s what gives us the confidence to take on any trouble, because we know the work is finished, the price is paid, and no matter what happens we have salvation and a Savior.
As we serve communion on Wednesday night, please be aware that those serving communion will be safely masked and gloved and will keep their appropriate social distance. There is no need to get out of the car. Those taking communion can simply drive up to the serving area and the juice and bread container will be extended through an open window. The wafer and juice will be handed in a disposable cup and a prayer will be offered.