Since March, our fifth graders and their families have been gathering together for an in-home study about Communion. This is a special opportunity for students and parents to learn about the sacrament and its central role in a Christian’s life. On April 29 the families came together for First Communion Family Day, highlighted by a trip to Pottery 101 where they decorated the chalice they will use for their First Communion.
First Communion Sunday was celebrated on May 7th at the 11am Worship Service. The students and their families received communion from the chalices that the students made. Thank you for prayers and joy in celebrating this milestone!