THE LORD'S PRAYER
1 Corinthians 11:23 – 29 (NLT):
23 I have given you the teaching I received from the Lord. The night Jesus was handed over to the soldiers, He took bread. 24 When He had given thanks, He broke it and said, “Take this bread and eat it. This is My body which is broken for you. Do this to remember Me.”
25 In the same way after supper, He took the cup. He said, “This cup is the New Way of Worship made between God and you by My blood. Whenever you drink it, do it to remember Me.” 26 Every time you eat this bread and drink from this cup you are telling of the Lord’s death until He comes again. 27 Anyone who eats the bread or drinks from the cup, if his spirit is not right with the Lord, will be guilty of sinning against the body and the blood of the Lord. 28 This is why a man should look into his own heart and life before eating the bread and drinking from the cup. 29 Anyone who eats the bread and drinks from the cup, if his spirit is not right with the Lord, will be guilty as he eats and drinks. He does not understand the meaning of the Lord’s body.
The Lord’s Supper is a remembrance we partake of together as a Church, acknowledging what our Lord Jesus Christ has done for us as Saviour and Son of God. We believe the Lord’s Supper is open for all believers to share in, knowing Christ has given us this example to follow in order to remember his life, death, and resurrection, recorded in human history. We believe the bread and wine (we use a non-alcoholic substitute) to be symbolic of His blood and body that was given for us at the cross. We take the Lord’s Supper every Sunday during the service time.