Communion is something that Jesus instructed His followers to do. This was so that they would remember what His purpose was, why He had come to be with them.

It was part of God's plan that Jesus' body would be broken and that His death would be a sacrifice so that everyone on earth could be forgiven for the wrong they have done or will do. 

Bread and wine are very symbolic for the Jewish faith and form part of the Feast of the Passover. But they are also everyday items that serve as powerful reminders that Jesus provided everyone the promise of forgiveness and new life.


Communion is important to us at Montpelier. We celebrate communion every Sunday (excluding CafeChurch week) during our regular family worship service on a Sunday.


"For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes."

1 Corinthians 11

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