Save the date: Communion Thursday, April 6th at 6:00pm in the auditorium.

Communion  began on the annual celebration of Passover when Jesus told His disciples to remember His sacrifice as they ate the bread and drank the wine. Just as Israel celebrated the sacrifice of the Passover lamb when the angel of death passed over their homes, so believers in Jesus celebrate and remember His sacrifice for our sins when He died on the cross.

Communion uses bread as a symbol of the body of Jesus and wine as a symbol of His shed blood. It is an act of worship and remembrance. East Side family of believers – join us for our three part Communion which consists of a meal, the footwashing and the bread and cup. Childcare is available for kids 0-2nd grade – we will provide for a meal for them, too!