eucharist

Third Sunday of Easter

May 4, 2014
See Also: 
Reading 1: 
Acts 2:1-4a. 36-41
Reading 2: 
Psalm 116:1-4, 12-19
Reading 3: 
I Peter 1:17-23
Reading 4: 
Luke 24:13-25
By Bruce G. Epperly

Salvation or wholeness comes in many ways. If God has a truly personal relationship with each of us, then there is no “one size that fits all” approach to salvation on the pathway to wholeness. Rather, there are many ways to experience God’s empowering and transforming presence.

A Brief Communion Service

Author - First Name: 
Jeanyne
Author - Last Name: 
Slettom

Jesus said: I am the bread of life.
All who come to me shall not hunger,
and all who believe in me shall not thirst.

With Christians around the world
and throughout the centuries,
we gather around these symbols
of bread and wine—simple elements
that speak of nourishment and transformation.

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