Communion prayer examples

Welcome to our growing library of communion prayers. If you know of a good prayer to say at communion, we invite you to add it at the bottom of the page.

The Bread and The Cup

Often times, prayers for the Eucharist will be broken up into two sections; For the Bread, and For the Cup. One prayer is to be said before the breaking of the bread, and one before the pouring of the wine.

For example:

For the Bread:

Crucified God, we wear beautiful crosses around
our necks, and hang them on our walls. We have
made your triumphant sign of suffering decorative,
when what it really needs to be is defining.
So make us cruciform Lord, in our weekly
remembrance of Christs death on the cross
in our breaking of this bread.

Let us show by the offering of our hearts and hands
the depth of our commitment to live for him who died for us.

In lives of sacrifice and service, empower our
witness to Jesus Christ, whose cross so powerfully
proclaims your love.

Amen.

For the Cup:

In lifting this cup of remembrance here this morning
Oh God of sacrifice, we are lifting high the cross of Christ
and proclaiming your great love.
We partake, with gratitude, all the gifts that ours
in Christ crucified – new life, real unity, eternal life,
and a meaningful purpose.

Fill us now again with the power of your spirit
that we might be bold in our witness to Jesus Christ,till all the world adores his sacred name.

Amen

A First Communion

My Jesus,
I believe that You are present in the
Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
I believe it because you have said it
and Im ready to give my life to
maintain this truth.
Amen

Prayer for Receiving the Lord

Sweet Jesus, thank You for everything You have bestowed upon me. You have sacrificed Your life to save all of mankind from our sins. You have generously shared with us Your life when You could have chosen not to. Forgive me for the sins I have done against You and for the ones I will be making.

I promise that I will be a better person for you and for others. Bless the hands of the hard working, the hearts of the loving and the souls of those who help.

In Your name, I pray. Amen.

Being One with Jesus

Dear God, I come to You today to praise and glorify Your name. You have showered us with wonderful gifts. The best gift of all is giving Your son to save us from our sins.

There is no worse grief for a father than to lose his son. You have been unselfish and very giving even to those who have turned their backs on You. I pray that they come back to Your welcoming arms. I dedicate this prayer to those who need someone to call on to when the days get rough and the nights are worst.

Give them the strength and courage to come back to You, Father. Being with Jesus has ultimately changed my life. Let it be for them as well.

In Your glory always, I pray. Amen.

Prayer at a Child’s First Communion

Lord Jesus Christ, in the Sacrament of
the Eucharist You left us the outstanding
manifestation of your limitless love for us.

Thank You for giving our child the
opportunity to experience this love
in receiving the Sacrament for the first time.
May your Eucharist presence keep him/her
ever free from sin, fortified in faith,
pervaded by love for God and neighbor,
and fruitful in virtue, that he/she may
continue to receive You throughout life and
attain final union with You at death.

Amen.

Prayer to Receive the Lord

Lord, as You enter my body, please cleanse me from all my sins.

Teach me to become as pure as You and Your mother Mary. I pray that I become a better person and be kinder to my neighbours. May Your presence in me make me a better person and do whatever is only on Your will.

Thank You for keeping me warm on those cold toasty nights and safe from harm. I pray that all my loved ones live in Your presence and that they always do what is right. I pray for the world to have peace especially in their hearts.

I pray this for Your glory, Lord. Amen.

A Prayer of Thanksgiving

Loving and compassionate God,
God of infinite goodness and mercy,
Your blessed name be glorified.
Yours is the glory,
You are the ruler of all the land and everything on it;
You are the ruler of the world and all its inhabitants.

God of all of us, teach us to live the way you have always wanted.
You are our God and savior,
And our trust is always in you.
We thank you for the blessings that you give us every day.
We thank you for providing food to those in need.

We thank you for blessing us with the desire for your justice for those who are poor.
We thank you for blessing us with the voice to speak for the voiceless.
We thank you for allowing us to be your hands and feet in the world,
For the blessing of being part of the great family that is your Church.

Hear our prayer and help us remember always your call to justice and compassion.
Our God, you will conquer all injustice; with your help we will be victorious.

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Prayer After Communion

Lord Jesus, I love and adore you. You’re a special friend to me.

Welcome, Lord Jesus, o welcome. Thank you for coming to me. Thank you, Lord Jesus, o thank you for giving yourself to me. Make me strong to show your love wherever I may be. Be near me, Lord Jesus, I ask you to stay close by my forever and love me, I pray. Bless all of us children in your loving care and bring us to heaven to live with you there.

I’m ready now, Lord Jesus, to show how much I care. I’m ready now to give your love at home and everywhere.

Amen.

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Catholic Communion Prayers

Here are some prayers for the Blessed Sacrament from the Catholic tradition.

The Sanctity of Life

My God, we adore You here in the Blessed Sacrament.
As we kneel before You, we recognize You
as the Creator of all Life. We thank You and
praise You for the lives you have given to us
and to those we love. Give us a true and lasting
respect for all life, for we recognize it as coming
from You. We pray for all who have suffered or
died as a result of disrespect whether that suffering
and death has come as a result of abuse, war, gossip,
or abortion.

We pray for an end for all disrespect of life. As we
kneel before You we ask You to forgive all those who
do not respect the sanctity of life. We repeat the words
you spoke as you hung on the cross, ‘Father, forgive them,
for they know not what they do.

Hail to Thee, True Body

Hail to thee, true body born
From Virgin Mary’s womb!
The same that on the cross was nailed
And bore for man the bitter doom.
Thou, whose side was pierced and flowed
Both with water and with blood;
Suffer us to taste of thee,
In our life’s last agony.
O kind, O loving one!
O sweet Jesus, Mary’s Son!

Prayers for After Communion

Here are some simple, short prayer to say after the communion has ended.

Go As Children of God

Go as risk takers,
For God has nourished you with bread and cup.
Go as new creatures,
For God is saving you from your sin.

Go as children of God,
For God will be with us all.

Amen

Gracious God

Gracious God, here at this table we have been, in the company of Jesus Christ, our savior and redeemer.
You have revealed your loving ways to us in broken bread
and poured cup.

Now, as your light has illuminated
our lives. Help us be a light for others.
Amen

Prayer of Thanksgiving After Communion

Lord Jesus, thank You for being with me today! You have been my guide and guard in all my days and I pray that continue to be so. Thank You for always keeping me safe and warm, for keeping me away from harm.

Thank You for giving me the gift of living another day and for my family who are never away. Bless those who are in need of Your loving protection. Let them be under Your wing and they will never be astray.

May this prayer keep all evils away and only the good will stay. Amen.

Eternal Light

Eternal Light, shine in our hearts.
Eternal Goodness, you have drawn us to your heart.
and united us in the sacrament of Christs body and blood.
Eternal Power, be our support.

Eternal Wisdom, scatter the darkness of our ignorance.
Eternal Pity, have mercy upon us.
That with all our heart and mind and soul and strength
we may seek your face and be brought by your infinite
mercy to your holy presence; through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen.

Bible Verses About Faith

“In all circumstances take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming darts of the evil one;”

It is common to use scripture in communion prayers. Click here to read Bible Verses About Faith

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In Communion, we participate in the death and resurrection of our Lord, who shed his blood on the cross and rose from the dead so that our sinful nature might be put to death in his death and raised up to holiness and eternal life in his resurrection. When we celebrate Communion, we partake of the bread and the cup in remembrance of and in communion with our Savior, proclaiming his death until he comes.

All people, including children with parental approval, who believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God may participate in our Communion service.

1.      Who may lead Communion

This service should be conducted by the pastor or by ordained elders. However, a pastor, in consultation with other leaders in the congregation, may want to appoint other individuals in the church to lead Communion on an occasion when the elders cannot be present to do so.

2.      Ministry of the Word

A short passage of Scripture may be read. Suggested texts:

  • Psalm 22-23
  • Isaiah 25:6-9
  • Matthew 26:26-30
  • Luke 22:7-20
  • John 6:47-58
  • John 15:1-5
  • 1 Corinthians 11:23-26
  • Revelation 19:6-9

3.      Ministry of the Bread and the Cup

a.       The bread prepared for Communion should be of good quality. It may be unleavened or leavened. When it is practical, the bread may be specially baked for this purpose. It may be served whole, broken, or in small pieces.

Take a piece of the bread and say:

Jesus took bread and said, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.”

b.      The wine used for Communion should be a medium to high quality red wine. Non-alcoholic wine or grape juice should also be made available for minors and those who prefer not to drink alcohol. Communion trays should be labeled so that participants know which contain wine and which contain grape juice.

Take the cup and say:

Jesus took the cup and said, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you.”

These words of institution are taken from Jesus’ words at the Last Supper as recorded in Luke.

c.       Congregational response (optional)

The leader says: “In this table we proclaim the mystery of our faith.” (In the biblical sense, a “mystery” is something that our natural senses cannot discover, but that the Father has revealed to us by the Holy Spirit through his Son Jesus Christ. Communion is just such mystery to us in that the bread and cup are our participation in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.)

Congregational response, in unison: “We died with Christ, we rose with Christ, and when he comes we will share in his glory.” These words, taken from Colossians 3:1-4, proclaim a mystery, a spiritual reality not discernable through our five physical senses. It is in this mystery that we participate when we partake of the bread and the cup as the body and the blood of Christ.

d.      Prayer of thanksgiving and blessing

Example of a prayer:

Father, we thank you for this bread and cup, representing our spiritual participation in the body and blood of Christ. United with us in our humanity, he has, in undying love and grace, taken us into the life he shares with you and the Holy Spirit. Help us know and believe in the communion that we have with you and with one another. We pray all things through the intercession of the Son and the Spirit, giving honor to you, our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit forever. Amen.

The prayer can be modified to include seasonal themes, as noted below.

e.       Distribution

We suggest that in most cases, everyone be served and then partake of the bread and the cup together as one Body. Distribute the bread and the cup to everyone present. Set aside a single piece of bread and a serving of wine for you to use with the words of institution.

f.           Participation

When all have been served, lift up your piece of bread. This optional act rehearses the “lifting up” of Jesus on the cross for the sake of all humanity (see John 12:32-33).

Say: The Body of Christ, the Bread of Heaven

All the participants then eat the bread.

Then lift your cup and say: The Blood of Christ, the Cup of Salvation

All the participants then drink the cup.

4.      Prayer of Thanksgiving

Example Prayer:

Father, in Jesus’ name we thank you for making us your own children in your Son Jesus Christ, for baptizing us in your Holy Spirit, and opening our eyes to the light of who you are and who you have made us to be in Christ, in whose name we pray. Amen.

A final song may be sung, followed by a final word of blessing.

5.      Annual Last Supper Commemoration

GCI congregations should offer Communion at least once during Holy Week, the week before Easter. For most congregations, this will be in addition to the quarterly, monthly or weekly observance of Communion. This Communion may be on the evening of Maundy Thursday, on another evening, or during the weekly worship service.

a.       The annual Last Supper commemoration should be well planned so that it is an uplifting time of spiritual reflection, fellowship, praise and worship. Joyous songs, music, stories, drama and scriptural presentations can be inspiring ways of illustrating the saving grace of Jesus Christ.

b.      Footwashing Ceremony: Jesus’ example in John 13:14-17, in which he performed an action that was relevant in his culture, illustrates that we are all servants of one another. A footwashing ceremony may be included in the Communion service during Holy Week. When a footwashing ceremony is included, participation in the ceremony is optional. It is normally done before anyone participates in the bread and cup.

If a footwashing service is included, pans and water should be made available. Participants generally bring their own towels, though it is good to have extra towels available. Hand sterilizers can be made available for the participants after the footwashing service.

Each person washes the feet of one other person and then has his or her feet washed by the same person. Men should wash a man’s feet and women should wash a woman’s feet, except that married couples may wash each other’s feet.

Sample Communion Prayers Based on the Celebrations of the Christian Year:

To help congregations think about the meaning of Communion in a seasonal context, we include sample prayers corresponding to some dates on the annual worship calendar. You may wish to consult a lectionary calendar for additional dates and their respective topics. These prayers may also be helpful for congregations that celebrate Communion less frequently by helping focus the Communion celebration on who Christ is for us and who the Father has made us to be in Christ. These are just samples – feel free to adapt them with phrases appropriate to your speaking style.

For the Season of Advent:

Father, we thank you for preparing the people of Israel to be the womb of the Incarnation. We thank you for this bread and cup, by which we spiritually participate in the life of your Son Jesus Christ, who has truly come in human flesh and blood as the Son of David and the heir of Abraham. Help us know and believe in the adoption as children that we have in him, and the hope that his coming brings to our world, as the Spirit gives us understanding. We pray all things in his name, forever giving honor to you, our Father, and to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and to the Holy Spirit. Amen.

For Christmas:

Father, we thank you for sending your Son to become one of us in our flesh and blood. Your Son, who was rich in his divinity, became poor in our humanity, so that we might become rich in you  He has united us to your life and baptized humanity in the Holy Spirit. Help us live in your adoption as your children. Thank you for the rebirth to new life that we have in Jesus. We pray all things in his name, giving honor to you, and your Son, and the Holy Spirit forever. Amen.

For Holy Week:

Father, we thank you for the gift of your Son, Jesus Christ, who died our death for us and destroyed sin and death. We partake of this bread and cup as our spiritual participation in his crucified flesh and blood, giving glory to him, for the power of his victory on the cross. Help us know and believe in the adoption as children that we have in him, and in the victory of his cross on our behalf, as the Spirit gives us understanding. We pray all things in his name, giving honor to you, Father, and your Son, and the Holy Spirit forever. Amen.

For Easter Sunday:

Father, we thank you for raising us up to eternal life in the resurrection of Jesus’ body. We thank you for the gift of this bread and cup, by which we spiritually participate in his death and resurrection. Help us to know and believe in the adoption as children and the glorified body of the resurrection that is ours in him as the Spirit gives us understanding. We pray all things in his name, giving honor to you, and your Son, and the Holy Spirit forever. Amen.

For Ascension Sunday (the Sunday before Pentecost):

Father, we thank you for lifting us up to your right hand, and seating us in heavenly realms with you in your Son Jesus Christ. We thank you for this bread and cup, our spiritual participation in our adoption into the heavenly communion of his life with you. Help us know and believe in the adoption as children that we have in him, and to know the place you have made for us in heaven, as the Spirit gives us understanding. We pray all things in his name, giving honor to you, and your Son, and the Holy Spirit forever. Amen.

For Pentecost Sunday:

Father, we thank you for pouring out your Holy Spirit on all humanity through your Son Jesus Christ. We thank you for the gift of this bread and cup, our spiritual participation in the life of our Savior, knowing that you have not left us alone but that you and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ make your dwelling with us through the promised Comforter who gives us courage and leads us into all truth. We pray all things in Jesus’ name, giving honor to you, and your Son, and the Holy Spirit forever. Amen.

Example of a Benediction: May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love of the Father, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with all of you. Amen.

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A communion prayer is a reflective time when sitting at the table to invite all to share in the Banquet of Life. Bread and drink is shared just as that Jesus performed at the Last Supper with His apostles. Here is a look at some great communion prayers for elders to inspire you.

Prayer #1

I come to your table. Your painful sacrifice is on my mind. I look at the communion cracker. I see piercing. I see bruising. I see the brutality of the punishment that you endured for me. I see your everlasting love.

I gaze at the blood of redemption. I see your crimson mercy shimmering in this cup. I see your life being poured out for me. Holy, holy, holy is the Lord.

In Jesus’ Name we celebrate this communion.

Amen.

Prayer #2

I come to your table to partake of intimate communion with you. I look at the bread. I see your suffering. I see the bruising, the stripes, and the piercing. Yet, the piercing of your body is nothing in comparison to the piercing of your heart. You made the ultimate sacrifice so that I could have everything I need to be right with you.

I look at the cup. This is the blood that oozed out of you as you suffered on the cross. Blood flowed out of your thorn-torn head as you not only bowed your human head but your mind, will, and emotions as well. I now bow my mind, will, and emotions to your will as I drink this cup.

Amen.

Prayer #3

Crucified God, we wear beautiful crosses around our necks, and hang them on our walls. We have made your “triumphant sign” of suffering decorative, when what it really needs to be is defining. So make us cruciform Lord, in our weekly remembrance of Christ’s death on the cross in our breaking of this bread.

Let us show by the offering of our hearts and hands the depth of our commitment to live for him who died for us.

In lives of sacrifice and service, empower our witness to Jesus Christ, whose cross so powerfully proclaims your love.

Amen.

Prayer #4

In lifting this cup of remembrance here this morning Oh God of sacrifice, we are lifting high the cross of Christ and proclaiming your great love. We partake, with gratitude, all the gifts that ours in Christ crucified – new life, real unity, eternal life, and a meaningful purpose.

Fill us now again with the power of your spirit that we might be bold in our witness to Jesus Christ,“till all the world adores his sacred name”.

Amen.

Prayer #5

Sweet Jesus, thank You for everything You have bestowed upon me. You have sacrificed Your life to save all of mankind from our sins. You have generously shared with us Your life when You could have chosen not to. Forgive me for the sins I have done against You and for the ones I will be making.

I promise that I will be a better person for you and for others. Bless the hands of the hard working, the hearts of the loving and the souls of those who help.

In Your name, I pray. Amen.

Prayer #6

Dear God, I come to You today to praise and glorify Your name. You have showered us with wonderful gifts. The best gift of all is giving Your son to save us from our sins.

There is no worse grief for a father than to lose his son. You have been unselfish and very giving even to those who have turned their backs on You. I pray that they come back to Your welcoming arms. I dedicate this prayer to those who need someone to call on to when the days get rough and the nights are worst.

Give them the strength and courage to come back to You, Father. Being with Jesus has ultimately changed my life. Let it be for them as well.

In Your glory always, I pray. Amen.

Prayer #7

Lord, as You enter my body, please cleanse me from all my sins.

Teach me to become as pure as You and Your mother Mary. I pray that I become a better person and be kinder to my neighbors. May Your presence in me make me a better person and do whatever is only on Your will.

Thank You for keeping me warm on those cold toasty nights and safe from harm. I pray that all my loved ones live in Your presence and that they always do what is right. I pray for the world to have peace especially in their hearts.

I pray this for Your glory, Lord. Amen.

Here is just one example of a communion prayer as it is given by an elder at the Church of God in Christ.

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Here are five great prayers you can use before Communion or the Lord’s Supper.

Prayer for Humility

Father God,

Let us now bow humbly before You at this time, where we are about to receive Communion or the Lord’s Supper. We have no reason to have any pride Father, especially knowing that You resist those who are prideful (James 4:6). Help us to remain humble at the receiving of the bread and wine, because of what they symbolize, which gives significance to their meaning. Jesus, when we receive the bread and wine (juice), let us stay humble in recognizing that You paid such a high price that You did not owe, and shed your precious blood so that we might be saved. Righteous Father, let that sink deep into our hearts and make us grateful for the cost Your dear Son, Jesus Christ, paid. As we gaze upon Your beauty Jesus, let us receive the bread and wine with humility, knowing You are present with us, but also acknowledging that You made our redemption possible by your own precious blood and life, so we ask Your blessing on our Communion Lord, and to receive it for Your glory and in the wonderful name of Jesus Christ, we pray, Amen.

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Prayer for Examining

Father,

I do pray that those who have come to the Lord’s Supper have examined themselves beforehand so that they do not drink the wine (grape juice) or eat the bread in an unworthy manner, meaning that we don’t forget to esteem the precious body and blood of our Savior, and discerning it’s meaning for us today. I remember Jesus promising that the next time He partakes of Communion, it will be with those who dine with Him in the kingdom, as part of the celebration at the wedding feast of the Lamb of God with His bride, the church. That day we will partake of the meal in His presence is what we yearn for, and why Paul may have said that as long as we partake of the bread and wine, we proclaim His coming, so let us do just that, but do so with a heart that is willing to be examined to see if there is any unconfessed sin in our lives, and if there is Father, please forgive us so that we might have peace of mind when taking the bread and the wine, and we truly look forward to partaking of this meal in the very presence of Jesus Christ someday, and it is in His name we pray, Amen.

Prayer for Exalting

Great God in heaven,

Just to be able to fellowship with You and with Christ at Communion is such a privilege, that we cannot even express it in words. How grateful we are God, that You passed over our sins because of the shed blood of Christ, poured out for those who have trusted in Him. Help us to exalt You oh Lord in this service and to praise, honor, thank, and give You glory for our being able to commune with You because of Jesus Christ. If not for the precious blood of the Lamb of God, which has cleansed us from all unrighteousness (2nd Cor 5:21; 1 John 1:9), we would still be in our sins and only deserving Your wrath, but for some unknown reason God, You chose us to become a people for Your own self, and that You have said, “I will be your God, and you shall be my people.” What a glorious thing to contemplate, especially since not even one of us are good and not even one has ever sought you (Rom 3:10-11). You sought us and bought us, and now we give You thanks and ask Your blessing on the bread and wine, and we ask this in the name of and for the glory of Jesus Christ, Amen.

Prayer for Remembering

Father God in heaven,

Help us to remember the agony that Jesus endured before going to Calvary and not just on the cross. He knew beforehand that He would be bearing the sins of the world. How heavy that must have felt, we can only imagine how abandoned and forsaken He must have felt. I don’t think any of us can really know what our precious Savior endured for us on the cross. The shame, the beatings, the torture, and the agony of being crucified for something He didn’t do, and dying for us who were the ones that deserved this wrath. He grieved the sin that He bore so much that He sweat drops of blood. How hard was it for our sinless Savior to bare our sins? What price, what glory, what passion! Thank You Lord for this tremendous privilege. Great God, help us to keep sober minds and quiet spirits as we partake of the Lord’s Supper, understanding the suffering of the Savior’s passion for this meal to even be possible. Let this sink deep into our minds and cause our hearts to realize just how great a price He paid for those of us who had no hope outside of Christ. We know we should take stock of our lives well before Communion to see if there is any area in our life that is not right with You. Help us to see this as a somber, yet joyful occasion, but that every person should come with a clean conscience beforehand. And Father, help us all to remember the supreme cost that Jesus Christ paid, but as His Father, You too suffered greatly, and we can’t imagine what that was like for You Father, and so in the mighty name of Jesus, we ask a blessing on this Communion, and for Your glory, it is in Jesus Christ’s holy name we pray, Amen.

Prayer for Unity

Father God,

You have called us to be a people for Your own self, and so help us to unify in spirit and in purpose, to do the things You have appointed us to do (Eph 2:10), and this includes partaking and participating in the Lord’s Supper, as a body, which we are commanded to do. Since this is Your body, the church (Matt 25:34-40), we know that You are present with us, and that You are in each and every one of us; You are all and in all. Let us remain quiet in spirit and in movement God, showing deep reverence for such a sacrament. Help us stay focused on the bread and wine, and to think about these symbols, Lord. The body and the blood, both poured out as a drink offering, for a once-and-for-all sacrifice (Heb 10:10). We are overwhelmed by such amazing grace God, that I cannot even express it in a words or prayer! How wonderful are Your ways and awesome are Your blessings; we thank You Lord for the bread and wine and what these mean to us, and what they tell us about our eternity. But more so, what these meant for Christ (John 3:16), as there was no greater love ever shown Lord, in all of human history, and so in a spirit of unity we all now partake of the wine and the bread, and give You the glory for Your amazing grace, in Jesus’ most beloved name I pray, Amen.

Conclusion

Whatever prayer you pray before and/or after the Lord’s Supper or Communion, pray to God with a deep sense of humility, make it be a time of self-examination, and strive to live a life that glorifies God, by proclaiming to others, all of the marvelous things He has done for us, and finally, pray that you come together as a body, a community of believers, in fellowship with one another, having a relationship with one another, but most of all, to be in fellowship with the Living God, our Father; Jesus Christ, the Son of God; and God the Holy Spirit, for without which, we couldn’t even have a relationship with God.

Read more about Communion and the Lord’s Supper here: How to Prepare For Taking Communion

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