Communion is known by many names: The Lord's Supper, the Eucharist, Holy Communion, or Breaking of Bread. Whatever it is called, this sacramental meal remembers the final meal that Jesus ate with the disciples. Communion unites us with Jesus Christ and one another. At the table we are fed spiritually and physically in order to boldly proclaim the good news of the gospel!
















The First Presbyterian Church observes 'open communion'. This means that all people are welcome at the table, whether they are a member of a church or not, or baptized. The elements of communion are traditionally bread and wine; at FPC we use local bread and grape juice.