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Adult Sunday School

 

 

               MORE Word                    BETTER Understanding                    GOOD Discussions

 

 

Church Fellowship Hall @ 9:30 am Sundays

Adult Sunday School meets Sunday at @ 10:00 - Heritage Room. 
Come and join us for an enjoyable half hour!

Children's Church @ 11 am  

Age-appropriate journeys through the Bible

 

Children grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ

 

Activities and multisensory teaching tool resources

Learn Values

Build Bible Skills

Make Friends

Have Fun!

        Worship Service

 

Join us at 11 am as we gather to worship the Lord

in praise, prayer, giving, and sharing God's Word.

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Can A Week & Pennies From Heaven

 

 

Collecting canned goods and pennies for families in need.

An ongoing Sunday ministry and opportunity to teach our

children the joy of giving and God's promise of increase!

Thank you for sharing the love of Christ with our community!


Come Celebrate Jesus With Us!
 

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Who can partake and why?
What is communion?
When is communion?

For thousands of years, the Church has continued a practice called communion, or depending on different church traditions, the Lord’s Supper or the Eucharist. Communion uses bread as a symbol for Jesus’ body and wine as a symbol for His blood. But why do Christians talk about eating Jesus’ body and drinking His blood? Jesus started the tradition of communion. He instructed His followers to use bread and wine to remember the sacrifice He was going to make when He died for our sins on the cross (1 Corinthians 11:23-26). Jesus called Himself “the bread of life,” which means that we’re nourished by Him, we survive because of Him, and He satisfies us when everything else leaves us empty (John 6:48-51). There’s a connection between our nearness to Jesus, believing in Him, and being fulfilled by Him (John 6:35). The early Church celebrated Jesus by taking communion, sometimes every day (Acts 2:42-46). They saw that every time they gathered around a table to eat and drink, it was a chance to recognize Jesus and thank God for all He’s done. It’s not about the bread and wine; it’s about the body and blood of Jesus. It’s not about the ritual or the method; it’s about listening to Jesus and doing what He says. Communion is not an obligation, but a celebration. Communion celebrates the Gospel: Jesus was broken for us so that we can be fixed by Him. Celebrating communion marks the story of Jesus, how He gave Himself completely to give us a better life, a new start, and a fresh relationship with God (1 Peter 3:18). It’s not about a ritual to revere, but a person to worship. Jesus is less concerned about the method of celebrating communion and more concerned that we celebrate it. As often as we remember Jesus, we should celebrate Jesus. Communion is important because it’s a command to remember. Jesus wants us to remember every time we taste bread and wine, and even when we sit at the tables in our own homes, that He is the one who provides all we need. He gives us the physical food that we need to survive and the spiritual nourishment we need to keep taking our next steps with Him. At First Presbyterian Church of Lake Mary, we gather every 5th Sunday to join in communion together.

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