First Sundays are special. It’s a day we gather a little earlier than our normal service time to fellowship and enjoy light refreshments. We fellowship from 10:45 am -11:15 am. But most importantly, we dedicate the entire time of fellowship and service to celebrating Jesus’ death through Communion.
Communion is a time we commune or fellowship with one another and celebrate our union with Jesus. We get this from scripture that describes the night Jesus was betrayed. That night He and His disciples shared a meal while Jesus shared His heart for what was to come. What was to come was the New Covenant or New Testament. This new covenant changed everything!
When you come to Church on First Sunday you’ll notice that there is very little seating. We clear our space to allow maximum opportunity to connect with people, enjoy some music, and ready our hearts for a free flow of praise and worship. Don’t worry though— soon after worship you’ll have an opportunity to grab a seat and receive a message that opens your understanding to the wonders of Jesus and His blood sacrifice. It never gets old.
Bring your family and friends and enjoy First Sunday with us.