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You can't proclaim what you don't remember

In our read-through-the-Bible plan, we come to 1 Corinthians 11:17-34.  where Paul gives instructions regarding The Lord’s Supper. Evidently, there were abuses that needed correction.   512 more words

Bible

You are witnesses of these things!

We celebrated communion the week after Easter.

During the season of Lent, we adapted a set of scripts from Reformed Worship for our worship. In a congregation that hasn’t yet done much with drama, it’s been great to see people do such a good job with these dramatic interpretations of Biblical witnesses. 348 more words

Cross

Until He Comes: The Table of the Lord

The Table of the Lord is one of the most important elements of the Church. Christians are a part of this covenant community called the Church who are bonded together by the Holy Spirit, and to this covenant community Jesus gave a command right before He died to take the bread and the cup in remembrance of Him (Luke 22:19). 1,378 more words

Bible

Is Your Worship Reformed?

Some years ago, I sat through a worship service of a neighbouring church that wasn’t Reformed.  What struck me most was where the emphasis fell in their worship.  1,075 more words

Church Life

The sound of a hundred snakes

I remember as a child being somewhat confused by the number of times in the Sunday worship service we asked for forgiveness.

We always began the service with a general confession and declaration of forgiveness. 756 more words

Christianity

Where Do We Go From Here?

The cornucopia of world-ending, culture-defining, this is our last chance, sandwich board-esque, chest-pounding articles to come out the past few months in the Christian world if stacked one upon the other may-or-may not reach the ionosphere. 1,574 more words

Sabbatarianism

Communion and Community

*In 2013 our church transitioned to celebrate the Lord’s Supper (aka Communion) on a weekly basis.  This is one of the articles I wrote to answer some of the questions our congregation had at the time. 537 more words

Sacraments