Communion reminds us of how simple yet profound Christianity really is. This important ritual employs two simple elements – bread and juice – and requires us simply to eat and drink them together. By participating in this humble meal, we remember and proclaim the death of our Savior.
At Hopevale, we celebrate communion once a month during the Sunday worship service (typically the last Sunday of each month). We also have a special communion service on the Thursday evening of Easter weekend.
You may be wondering about communion at Hopevale. Maybe it's something new for you. Maybe you experienced communion differently in another church. Or maybe you’re just wondering what it all means to you. This Brochure explains more about communion at Hopevale.