What is Holy Communion?

Holy Communion (or sometimes called Eucharist) is a service where we remember the Last Supper of Jesus Christ, when he shared bread and wine with his disciples, asking them to continue doing this in remembrance of him. The priest consecrates the bread and wine during the service and distributes it to the congregation. 

Can I receive communion at St Paul's?

If you receive communion in another church, we invite you to receive it at St Paul's. If you do not, then we still invite you to come to the front to receive a blessing from Rev'd Mary - we celebrate the Eucharist in the spririt of love and togetherness.

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