Carrying a vision of creation healed and restored,
      we welcome all in the name of Christ.
Invited to the table where none shall go hungry,
      we gather as Christ’s guests and friends.
In holy communion
      we are commissioned to feed as we have been fed,
      forgive as we have been forgiven,
      love as we have been loved.
The open table speaks of the shining promise
      of barriers broken and creation healed.
In the communion meal, wine poured out and bread broken,
      we remember Jesus.
We remember not only the promise but also the price that he paid
      for who he was,
      for what he did and said,
      and for the world’s brokenness.
We taste the mystery of God’s great love for us,
and are renewed in faith and hope.

—from A Song of Faith

Worship Type
Worship Liturgical Season