Lord’s Supper

Lord’s Supper

“Do this in remembrance of Me…until I come”

 

These are the words of the Lord Jesus Himself. These words are found in bible in 1 Corinthians 11:23-26

10:00am EVERY Sunday

As Christians we seek to follow what the Bible teaches and to follow the pattern for gathering set out in the New Testament. We meet once a week to break bread in order to obey the command of the Lord Jesus – “this do in remembrance of Me” (Luke 22:19). We focus our minds solely on the Lord Jesus, what He means to us and what He has done by dying on the cross for us. The meeting is led by the Holy Spirit and not a man, so every worship meeting is different in content and contribution.

The Lord’s Supper is always the first meeting of each week. As in all the gatherings of the Christians who meet at the hall, it is the men only who audibly participate – this is in obedience to clear Biblical instruction as found in 1 Corinthians 14:34. If you are not a Christian, you are still very welcome to come and observe this very special gathering. We would expect you to remain silent and not to take part in the sharing of bread and wine, as this is the privilege of those who have accepted the Lord Jesus as their Saviour and Lord, and who have been baptised by immersion.

Christian visitors are always encouraged to bring a letter of commendation from their own local assembly. We regard this as not only scriptural (Acts 18:27), but also as common Christian courtesy.

Generally, each Sunday after the Lord’s Supper, a man from the Gospel Hall will give some teaching on a particular part of the Bible or subject.

 

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