We celebrate two sacraments: Baptism and Communion. Sacraments are physical signs of God’s grace among us.
Baptism happens only once for each person, either as a newborn or later in life. It signifies a recognition and confirmation of God’s original blessing, and marks the event of becoming part of the Christian community. Baptisms occur as a part of our Sunday morning worship and are available to anyone who intends to participate in this community. If you are interested in baptizing a child or being baptized yourself, please contact the pastor.
Communion is the sharing of a meal (bread and grape juice) in remembrance of Jesus’ life. This practice is intended to bring us closer to God and to unite us more closely with one another. We celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of every month and on other special occasions. We invite everyone who desires to partake in Communion, with no exceptions. If you or your child has never participated in Communion and you are interested in learning more about it, please talk with the Pastor. We include rice cakes in our Communion celebration for those who cannot tolerate gluten.