Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are currently not able to serve Communion.
We very much look forward to the day when we can again share together in this Holy Sacrament.
Communion is served every Sunday at NPUMC
during the 10:45am worship service.
Our table is open to everyone.
We invite you with these words:
“Christ invites to his Table all who repent and come to receive
Every color of the earth, every corner of the globe
Old or young, You Are Welcome
Able to come on your own two feet, needing the help of canes, crutches
prosthetics, the strong arm of a neighbor, or needing the elements
brought to you, You Are Welcome
Whatever your sexual orientation, however you are dressed, you are welcome
If you feel you are worthy You Are Welcome
If you feel you are unworthy, Christ Jesus welcomes you to His table.”
To ensure that everyone can share together in this meal, only grape juice
and gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free communion bread is served.
Here is the recipe we use if you have other food concerns you need to consider.
We receive by intinction, which means that when you come to receive you will be
handed a piece of bread with the words “the body of Christ, broken for you.” You
are then invited to take that piece of bread and dip it in the chalice (cup) as
the server says “the blood of Christ, shed for you.”
For a deeper understanding of the meaning of Communion
in the United Methodist Understanding, please click Here
Spanish and Korean translations of this document may be found Here