Communion Meditation December 19, 2021 – February 27, 2022
|December 19||Mike Purtell|
|December 26||Robert Boyd|
|January 2||Adam Shellenbarger|
|January 9||Clare Ferrigno|
|January 16||Loren Deckard|
|January 23||Walt Hilsbos|
|January 30||Mike Purtell|
|February 6||Robert Boyd|
|February 13||Adam Shellenbarger|
|February 20||Clare Ferrigno|
|February 27||Loren Deckard|
Meditate: 1: to focus one’s thoughts on: reflect on or ponder over
Meditation: 1: a discourse intended to … guide others in contemplation
(From Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam Co. ©1977)
So, remember, the purpose of our “Communion Meditation” is to help the congregation to focus on and reflect on the meaning and purpose of the Lord’s Supper, or Communion – to “do this in remembrance of [Him].” Luke 22:19
Please remember these 3 guidelines:
- Aim for 3 minutes, please try not to go over 5 minutes.
- Please have your Bible passages (preferably, no more than 2) marked prior to going up front.
- Please make sure you are talking about Communion – the Lord’s Supper.