Aug 28, 2022    Andrew Cullen

The sacrament of communion is a moment of reenactment that engages all our senses. When we participate in communion, we are invited to look backward, forward, inward, and outward. We are engaged with the reality of Jesus’s presence through the Holy Spirit. We are reassured of God’s love for us and the forgiveness we have through Jesus’s atoning death. Communion is a simple act with common elements, and yet, it has such deep meaning. As we remember the words Jesus gently spoke, encountering Jesus through the bread and the juice, we experience an awe-inspiring moment.