Sacraments

The two sacraments of the Presbyterian Church are Baptism and Holy Communion:

BAPTISM

“Through Baptism, Jesus Christ calls us to repentance, faithfulness and discipleship. Through Baptism, the Holy Spirit gives the Church its identity and commissions the Church for service in the world” Book of Order (W-3.0402)

“As there is one body, there is one Baptism. The Presbyterian Church (USA) recognizes all baptisms by other Christian churches that are administered with water and performed in the name of the triune God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit” (W-3.0402).

For affirmation of faith Baptism is recommended for reaffirmation of faith the candidate may request.. Reaffirmation of

LORD’S SUPPER

Communion also called the Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion or the Eucharist is the sign and seal of our communion with the crucified and risen Lord. It is a time to renew faith and strengthen participants for the duties and privileges of Christian service. The Lord’s Supper is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month during the morning worship service, Maundy Thursday and other times as approved by the Session.

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