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Communion at RHC

 Communion, or “The Lord’s Supper”, is a tradition given to the church by Jesus Christ. It calls us to remember His death on the cross for us who believe. It is a unique and beautiful way of preaching the gospel as the broken bread symbolizes His broken body, and the cup symbolizes His shed blood. We do this together as a church, weekly, and in doing so we are preaching the gospel to ourselves and one another.

As a gift to the entire church, all believers are welcome to come to the table during this time of our gathering, as we believe the gospel, repent of sin, and rejoice in our God and Savior. You can find communion tables in both the back corners of the sanctuary.