Sunday, August 29 @ 10 am – The Lord’s Supper

In a religious context, for many of us, communion brings to mind a particular ritual of the Christian faith: the ceremony of bread and wine derived from the last supper shared by the teacher Jesus with his disciples. But the meaning and practice of that ritual is both varied and wide, with our own Universalist and Unitarian ancestors having taken part in its evolution. In this service, we’ll consider not only some of this history but also what our own relationship to the idea of communion as a religious practice might be.


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