North River celebrates Communion in months that have a 5th Sunday.  We invite anyone our Lord invites to the table to celebrate this very important time of remembrance.

 There are four historic views to the breaking of the bread and sharing of the cup.

The Roman Catholic position is that the transubstantiation or "substance across."  It holds that in the Mass the bread and the wine become the body and blood of Jesus.

Lutherans believe in consubstantiation.  This view holds that the body and blood of Jesus are present with the elements of the Lord's Supper.

Others hold to the view that grace is present with the elements, or that the partaker receives grace thereby which is not available otherwise.

Baptists believe that the Lord's Supper is symbolic.  The bread and fruit of the vine are but symbols of the broken body and spilled blood of Jesus.


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Upcoming Sermon Themes

8/25    Great Things About Church, Acts 17:1-15

9/1      Alone and Outnumbered, Acts 17:15-21

9/8      What Is God Really Like?, Acts 17:22-31

9/15    Living In the Will of the Lord, Acts 18:1-8

9/22    We Can Always Count on the Lord, Acts 18:1-11

9/29    What Kind of Person Are You?, Acts 18:12-17



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