Holy Communion


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Holy Communion

1. the celebration of the Eucharist
2. the consecrated elements of the Eucharist
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The publication of CW-4: Hymns for Baptism and Holy Communion (1972) reflected the ILCW's concern to highlight these two sacraments for the life and worship of the church.
Holy communion on Wednesday at St David's Church was led by the Rev Nick Heaton when the reader was Ian Gold.
She will be buried in her First Holy Communion dress tomorrow just days after celebrating the milestone with classmates.
Here are some statements from popes, saints and Church councils supporting Holy Communion on the tongue.
It is not when a body of doctrine has been accepted, or when the newcomers proclaim the same creed with us, or when they are baptized and confirmed, but when they share in Holy Communion that their initiation is complete.
The mission of God in Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit sweeps the worshiping congregation up into that mission as it hears and celebrates the proclaimed Word and Holy Communion.
Guidelines for Methods of Administration of Holy Communion from Churches Together in England are available on www.
Holy Communion worship service Sunday at Peace Lutheran Church, 9440 Balboa Blvd.
BROCKHOLES Holy communion at St George's Church |was celebrated by Dean Henry Stapleton, who spoke about the apostle Batholomew.
In the past, I argued for denial of Holy Communion.
A GROUP of kind schoolchildren has given away all of their First Holy Communion money to help buy farm animals for poor families in Africa.
We could talk about preparation for receiving Holy Communion by lifting up our parents' and grandparents' memories of going to the church or the parsonage and meeting with the pastor the night before receiving Holy Communion.