One of the practices of faith for christians across time and tradition has been the breaking of bread and drinking of wine/grape juice to celebrate together the last meal of Jesus and his disciples the night before his crucification - living out the words of Jesus to this in rememberance of him...
I'm beginning to think about planning a service that is dedicated to this occassion, a celebration that means something for our own particular community and context but as I do i'm curios to hear from you...
- how do you celebrate communion - what do you do in your community/tradition context?
- what does it mean to you when you do so - what do you think/feel?
- what ways/times/actions of communion have particular impacted/resonated/had significance for you?
- have you ever thought of something that you would like do different or do more of to make communion more meaningful to your context?
- any resources/liturgy/creative worship etc that you recomend?