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The two sacraments observed by Presbyterians are baptism and communion.


Baptism is the sign and seal of incorporation into Christ.  Baptism points us back to the grace of God expressed in Jesus Christ, who died for us and who was raised for us. Baptism points us forward to that same Christ who will fulfill God’s purpose in God’s promised future.  While we typically baptize infants, people of any age who are not already baptized are welcome to partake of this sacrament.  


The Lord’s Supper is the sign and seal of eating and drinking in communion with the crucified and risen Lord.  We celebrate the Lord’s Supper approximately once a month.  Typically, communion is shared by passing plates of bread and cups of juice around the congregation.  At some services, communion is offered by intinction, when each person pulls a piece of bread from a loaf and dips it in a cup of juice.

Last Published: November 21, 2009 11:45 PM
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