Second Sunday of the month, 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Served on the 2nd Sunday of the month
9:00 & 10:30 AM
The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper
West End Presbyterian Church welcomes all baptized Christians who actively trust in Jesus Christ for salvation, who are willing to forsake their sin and heart-idols, and who are members of congregations that proclaim the Gospel, to participate in the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper with us.
There will be four tables on the floor at the front of the sanctuary. Please come forward as you are ready to participate in the Lord's Supper individually, with a friend, or as a family. Feel free to take additional elements to bring back to your seats to serve others in your family or group. After all are served and have returned to their seats, we will take the bread and the cup together as a congregation. We recognize that some in the congregation may wish to abstain from partaking of the Lord's Supper for health reasons.
Juice and a wheat-flour wafer are in the pre-packaged cups. The wafer is secured in the top of the cup. Wine or Juice with gluten-free bread are available in double cups. The wafer is in the bottom cup.
The elements of communion are prepared by healthy, trained members of WEPC taking the utmost care to be sanitized and gloved.
The Elders and/or Deacons presiding over the Supper are standing at a safe distance from each communion table. Know that they are praying for you as the congregation participates in the sacrament.
If you need special assistance and are not able to come forward for Communion, please raise your hand and an Elder will come to serve you the elements. If you are unable to attend a worship service and desire Elders to come to your home to administer the Lord’s Supper, please let the church office know.
If your child is ready to make a public profession of faith in Jesus Christ, please contact the church office.
*Communion Prep Team Volunteers needed*
In anticipation of weekly communion in the near future, our communion preparation teams are re-forming. Volunteers will be needed and training will be provided. Please email Karen Howe to volunteer or to seek additional information.