We regularly observe these two defining symbolic rituals (sacraments) of the Christian faith.
The Holy Communion meal (Eucharist) is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month and at other special services throughout the year. In breaking bread we often say:
Let us receive what we are
and become what we receive:
the body of Christ.
We baptise adults who confess faith in Jesus Christ, and their children, as a sign of God’s loving grace, and as a call to a life of Christian discipleship. This normally happens during our Sunday morning worship where together we promise that
with God's help, we will live out our baptism
as a loving community in Christ:
nurturing one another in faith,
upholding one another in prayer,
and encouraging one another in service.