Keynsham Methodist Church - Holy Communion in Keynsham
About twice a month our services will incorporate Holy Communion.
Holy Communion, or the Lord's Supper as it is also known, is a central act of Christian worship, in which the church responds to our Lord's command,
"Do this in remembrance of me" (1 Corinthians 11 vs 24-25)
In this service we continue something which Jesus asked his followers to do when he had his last supper with his disciples. It involves the eating of bread and drinking of a token glass of (non alcoholic) wine in remembrance of him. The bread and wine are symbols of the body and blood of Jesus which he sacrificed at his crucifixion, for the good of humanity.
At most of our Communion Services (other than the early 8.30am services) our Prayer Ministry Team will be on hand to offer personal individual prayer for healing in its widest sense. See Prayer Ministry Team for more details.
All who love Jesus or are seeking to serve him are welcome to take part. See services this quarter for details