We believe the Sacrament is the body and blood of Jesus Christ and does impart to us the forgiveness of sin through the sacrifice of Jesus. We also believe that it gives us the opportunity to witness to our faith in the One True God and that it is a sign of the unity of our faith. If you are a Baptized believer in Jesus Christ and a member in good standing with another Christian congregation, you are welcome to share with us in the wonderful gift given to the Lord’s people. May the sacrament be for each communicant the highest good.
2023 Holy Communion Schedule
2023-01-01 Circumcision and Name of Jesus/First Sunday after Christmas 2023-02-05 Fifth Sunday after Epiphany 2023-02-22 Ash Wednesday 2023-03-05 Second Sunday in Lent 2023-04-02 Palm Sunday 2023-04-06 Maundy Thursday 2023-04-09 Resurrection of Our Lord 2023-04-16 Second Sunday of Easter 2023-04-23 Third Sunday of Easter 2023-04-30 Fourth Sunday of Easter 2023-05-07 Fifth Sunday of Easter 2023-05-14 Sixth Sunday of Easter 2023-05-21 Seventh Sunday of Easter 2023-05-28 Day of Pentecost 2023-06-04 Holy Trinity 2023-07-02 Fifth Sunday after Pentecost 2023-08-06 Tenth Sunday after Pentecost 2023-09-03 Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost 2023-10-01 Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost 2023-10-29 Reformation Sunday 2023-11-05 All Saints' Sunday 2023-11-26 Christ the King Sunday 2023-12-03 First Sunday in Advent 2023-12-10 Second Sunday in Advent 2023-12-17 Third Sunday in Advent 2023-12-24 Fourth Sunday in Advent/Christmas Eve 2023-12-31 First Sunday after Christmas