Transcript: The Sacrament of Sacraments Holy Communion has "been around" the longest Origin The Last Supper A celebration of the Eucharist A reenactment of the Lord's Supper Came to be practiced at Church events The Sacrament in Practice Symbolizes the death and ressurection of Jesus Blood and flesh of Jesus Partaking of the Divine; closer to God The essence of Catholicism When it was used All the time High holidays, Sundays, services Absolute Power To be practiced, churchgoing is essential Analagous to a "Pigeon Trap" "Its a Trap!" Communion is done every service It is necessary for acceptance to Heaven The Sacrament of Holy Communion Nathan Leibowitz
Transcript: Where did it take place? Who was involved? It took place at the mans home with the water jug. At the time Jesus was preparing for his death and about to have his last supper with the disciples. Jesus on the night he was betrayed broke bread and gave it to his disciples and said take eat. This is my body which is given for you. This do in remembrance of me. In the same way he gave them the cup and said drink of it all of you, this cup is the testament of my blood which is shed for the forgiveness of sins. My verse. What is Holy Communion? Holy communion is true body and blood of our lord Jesus Christ, under the bread and wine instituted by Christ himself for us to eat and drink. He gives us his own true body and blood for the forgiveness of sin. Jesus SAID "this IS my body and this IS my blood." What does Jesus Christ give us in Holy Communion? This sacrament is also called the Lords Supper, the Lords Table, Holy Communion, the breaking of bread and the Eucharist. Eucharist means "Giving thanks." Holy Communion The verse that i chose was, Romans 5:6. You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, christ died for the ungodly. what this means to me is that no matter who we are god died for each and everyone of us. Why is it called the sacrament of the alter? What are some other names for the sacrament of the alter? It is called the sacrament of the alter because in biblical times people would sacrifice a lamb for forgiveness and build an alter for it. Jesus sacrificed himself for us on the cross.
Transcript: Holy Communion What Is It? The Holy Communion The Holy Communion is based on the last supper (I'll explain that later) and occurs once a month for the christian religion. What you do for the Holy Communion is that you'll remember how Jesus died on the cross for us by drinking wine (grape juice) and eating bread (these white crackers). The Holy Communion occurs every first week of every month. To be part of the Holy Communion you will have to be baptized and be a christian meaning you have confessed your sins and have also confessed that you truely believe in God. If you are not baptized you can just sit and watch and be a spectator. Who Is Included In The Holy Communion? Who? Grape Juice: This is used to represent the blood that Jesus shed when he was on the cross White Crackers: This is used to represent the body of Jesus. What Do You Eat? What Do You Eat? The Pastor would first take out the crackers (representing bread) and then say a verse from the bible. Then the Pastor would take out the grape juice (representing wine) and he'll say another verse form the bible. Then we would eat and drink it (including the Pastor). Step By Step Step by Step The Last Supper, also known as the history behind the last supper, traces around two thousand years ago when Jesus was about to get nailed onto the cross because of all the rebellions against christ. The night before Jesus was going to be nailed onto the cross he held a dinner for him and his twelve disciples. Jesus the took out the bread and said to his disciples, "This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me." Then he took out the wine and said, "This is the blood of the new covenant." The Last Supper The Last Supper Disciple: A personal follower of Jesus. Covenant: An agreement Christ: The title or name given to Jesus Definitions of Some Words Definitions: Who were the twelve disciples's names? Their names were Simon, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Thaddeus, Bartholomew, Thomas, James, Matthew, another Simon and Judas. Why didn't Jesus fight back and escape to not get nailed onto the cross? The reason why Jesus did this is because he knew that if he died he'll still end up in Heaven and also to let the rebellions face their consequences. Q and A Q and A Q1: When is the Holy Communion? Quiz Time! Quiz Time! Q2: How many disciples are there? Q3: Why didn't Jesus fight back against the rebellions against Christ? Example Example https://lifewaychurch.life/communion-demonstration/
Transcript: What is Holy Communion? Boys: Navy blue suit or navy blue sport coat with navy blue dress slacks, white shirt, white tie, and dress shoes. Girls: White dress (below knee or calf length) White hose (anklets, knee socks or stockings) White dress shoes White veil (style of veil is your choice) When may Holy Communion be recieved without fasting The chief effects of a worthy Holy Communion are: first, a closer union with Our Lord and a more fervent love of God and of our neighbor; second, an increase of sanctifying grace; third, preservation from mortal sin the and remission of venial sin; fourth, the lessening of our inclinations to sin and the help to practice good works Many centuries the Church commanded a strict fast from midnight before one could receive Holy Communion. In the 1950's Pope Pius (XII)introduced a much more lenient form of fasting before Holy Communion in order to give Catholics an opportunity to receive Holy Communion more frequently. Holy Communion Religion Project By Jenn Earles, Olivia Sharpe & Rachel Millan Bread and Wine. The bread represents the broken body of our lord, and the wine is a representation of the blood he shed. What are the current rules for fasting before Holy Communion? When are we obliged to receive Holy Communion? What are the two elements and what do they represent? Holy Communion is the recieving of Jesus Christ in the sacrement of the Holy Eucharist. Dress Code for First Holy Communion We are obliged to receive Holy Communion during Easter time each year and when in danger of death. Communion may be received without fasting when one is in danger of death What are the chief effects of a worthy Holy Communion? Why is it neccesary to recieve Holy Communion? To receive Holy Communion worthily it is necessary to be free from mortal sin, to have a right intention and to obey the Church's laws on the fast required before Holy Communion out of reverence for the body and blood of Our Divine Lord. However, these are some cases in which Holy Communion may be received without fasting. How often do we celebrate the lord's supper? Regularly. Holy Communion may be referred to as many things •The Sacrament of Communion •The Body and Blood of Christ •The Lord’s Supper •The Eucharist or when it is necessary to save the Blessed Sacrament from insult or injury. Who commanded us to celebrate the lord's supper and why? Jesus Christ, to remember his death and to proclaim his second coming
Transcript: 2. It was held in the Upper Room. Luke 22:12"... he shall show you a large upper room." 3. They ate unleavened bread. Matthew 26:17".. the feast of unleavened bread..." c. Is there any unconfessed sin in my life? Sel-Pity? Pride? Covetousness? Laziness? Sidobedience? Love of sin? Love of the World? d. Do I heartily repent of my sins? Confession without repentance is mockery? e. Do I Promise in my Heart to loive a more holy Life? f. Do I love God with all my heart, soul, strenght and mind? Luke 10:27a. Thank you. :) 4. The bread must be broken. Luke 22:19 "and He took bread... and brake it." 5. They used only one loaf and one cup, Matthew 26:26,27. Common Oriental practice. The story of the First Communion is told in the Gospels, and by running the narratives together this seems to be correct order. 2. Why must we examine ourselves? 8. Judas leaves to the surprise of all, John 13:26-30 9. Jesus Took bread,blessed, broke it and gave it to them, Luke 22:19 a. Because it is the direct command of the Scriptures. b. To eat unworthily brings judgement, weakness, sicknes and an early death. It must be an examinatn that finds sin and then casts it away in contrition. 6. Peter makes a sign for John to ask the question, John 13:21,22 7. Jesus give the sign. the one that receives the sop, Matthew 26:23 1. The disciples gather at the table but their fellowship was marred by an argument as to who was the greatest among them, Luke 22:24-30 8. No women were present, only the Lord Jesus and His disciples. 1. It was evening. Matthew 26 :20"Now when the even was come, He sat down with the twelve". g. Do I Love my neighbour as myself? Luke 10:27b 1 Corinthians 11:28" But let a man examine himelf, and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of that cup. " -We Partake of Communion in obedience to the command of Christ, 1 Corinthians 11:24 -We partake in anticipation of His soon return, 1Corinthians 11:26 -We partake to show forth the Lord's death, 1 Corinthians 11:26 2. As a rebuke Jesus washed their feet, John 13:1-20 3. Jesus Declares that one of them would betray Him, Matthew 26:21-25 IV Self Examination is Essential II. Purpose of a Communion Service 1. Who am I to examine ? The preacher? My Husband? Elders? Neighbours? No! Myself! 10. Jesus took the cup, blessed it and gave it to them. Luke 22:20 11. They sang a hymn and went out to the Garden og Gethsemane, Matthew 26:30-36 Holy Communion Life is a Trust.. Life is Test... Life is Temporary Assignment... Holy Communion us one of the Sacraments instituted by Christ Himself, Matthew 26:26-29 Christ only celebrated this once with His Disciples- on the eve of Gethsemane. a. Do I really and truly believe on the Lord Jesus Christ? Acts 16:31 b. Am I really born again in the familyof God? John 3:3-7 V Requirements for a Communion Service VI Results Conclusion 3. How am I to eaxamine myself? By asking myself certain pertinent questions. II Who may Partake of Communion? -Only those who have been born into the family of Godhave the right to sit at His table in fellowship with Lord. -The unbeliever and natural man belong at the "table of devils" 1 Corinthians 10:21 Is it Possible to Conduct a Communion Today exactly as the First? 6. They were in a reclining position, John 13:23-26. John was leaning on Jesus' breast. 7. It was held after the meal. Matthew 26:26 "and as they were eating... " 4. This Arouses great excitement and each one asks, “Lord, is it I”? Matthew 26:21-23 5. Jesus says that the traitor is eating with them, John 13:21,22
Transcript: Holy Communion = Holy Eucharist Who? Who is the minister of the Eucharist? Eucharist means thanksgiving to God How? Cross yourself and Say "Amen" (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr only water or medicine Who can receive Holy Communion? no food, gum, or drink Budapest San Francisco Why? And to Recieve God's grace Holy Communion is the most important reason we attend Mass Stockholm (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr We go to Mass because it is the greatest way to worship God The body and blood of Christ Baptized persons free from mortal sin What? Hollyann, Noah and Sam fast one hour before Communion Holy Communion is a Sacrament of initiation photo frame We go to Mass to thank God for His many blessings How? (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr A Priest such as Fr. Tom or Fr. Mike on the tongue or in the hands
Transcript: What is Holy Communion? Holy Communion The seriousness of which their Lord in Heaven descended to earth to suffer for sins The full extent of kindness which He shared with all the unworthy The height He rose to by rising from death and leading His people During Holy Communion many Christians gather at church and usually first praise God and Jesus using Worship music. Psalms and hymns are then spoken aloud before prayers for various things. The Lord's Table is then readied for Holy Communion in which bread and wine is handed out to all in attendance and asked to either listen or participate in the next bible reading that usually is connected to the Last Supper or Good Friday. During the last supper, after reading the previous quote from Matthew's gospel, we know that Jesus told his disciples that whilst eating this bread and drinking this wine we are remembering his sacrifice during Good Friday. He encouraged during the last supper that from then on everyone take holy communion to remember all that happened on the day of the last supper and on Good Friday. Whilst partaking in Holy Communion Christians are able to fully appreciate the extent and fullness of Jesus' sacrifice for all people. This means during communion those who participate are encouraged to reflect on all the good Jesus did for them. Some particular examples are listed below. Water has been used for baptizing in most cases, for a special reason too, for water symbolizes the 'drowning' of one's old life and the birth of their new. Holy Communion - or Eucharist - is a noun in the English language and can be described in four different ways in a typical Oxford Dictionary, these are : 1. the sacrament of Holy Communion; the sacrifice of the Mass; the Lord's Supper. 2. the consecrated elements of the Holy Communion, especially the bread. 3. the giving of thanks; thanksgiving. 4. spiritual communion with God. But it other languages such as Greek it is known as eucharístia and means gratefulness and thanksgiving. What is the Connection Between Last Supper and Good Friday with Holy Communion? Church Service of Holy Communion Jesus' Sacrifice Why Do Christians Celebrate Holy Communion? The Chalice and Grapes represent the forgiveness that Christians receive through Jesus' blood. Wine can also represent joy. Symbols of Holy Communion White is the color used for baptism because it symbolizes the cleansing of one's sins. During Holy Communion Christians remember all the good deeds done by their Lord, such as: He blessed the bread and broke it. Then he gave it to his disciples and said, "Take this and eat it. This is my body." ... "Take this and drink it. This is my blood and with it God makes his agreement with you. It will be poured out so many people will have their sins forgiven" - Matthew 26:26-29 Wheat represents the body of Jesus Christ and his sacrifice. Bread is also symbolized as life. In the Old Testament of the Bible, fire represents the 'purifying' presence of God.
Transcript: Yes. Jesus Himself stressed that we must receive Communion to come to everlasting life. "Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink His blood, you have no life in you" (John 6.53). The divine precept does not indicate how often one should receive Communion. The Church commands the faithful to receive Communion at least once a year, ordinarily during the paschal season. The Church also speaks of the duty to receive Communion when one is in danger of death. But one who loves Christ naturally wishes to deepen his friendship with Him by frequent reception of this sacrament. Wheat. Wheat is a cereal grain, its seeds are ground into flour and used as the main ingredient for bread, and Jesus is the Bread of Life. By Kyle and Matthew When do we get Holy Communion What is Holy Communion Do we have a duty to receive Communion? First Holy Communion is considered one of the holiest and most important occasions in a Roman Catholic person What is the purpose of receiving the Eucharist or Holy Communion? A Chalice. Jesus used a cup or a chalice as the vessel for his Blood at the Last Supper. Grapes and Wine. Grapes are crushed into juice, the liquid fermented into wine, and wine was used by Jesus at the Last Supper to represent his Blood, the blood of the covenant, shed on behalf of many for the forgiveness of sins Holy Communion is when is the reception of Christ's Body and Blood. Catholics believe the Eucharist, or Communion, is both a sacrifice and a meal. Holy Communion is the act by which we receive the sacrament of Holy Eucharist. Symbols of the Eucharist The Altar is where the Eucharistic sacrifice is celebrated and a symbol for the Eucharist itself. The first purpose of receiving the Eucharist is to unite each of us to God. Christ comes to us and we come to Christ. We receive Christ but at the same time Christ receives us. "He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood lives in me and I live in him." (John 6:56) This gift of himself nourishes us spiritually, so that we depend on Jesus for the life of our souls, ". . . whoever eats me will live because of me." (John 6:57) This supreme gift nourishes Christians for eternal life in heaven, ". . .whoever who eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides in me has eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day." (John 6:54) Our frequent faithful Holy Communion, received worthily, helps us to grow in grace, to reflect Christ in the world, to bring him to those we meet day by day, to make us more Christ-like. We are called to become Who we receive. life. It is the first time that a person receives the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist, which is the eating of consecrated bread and drinking of consecrated wine. Most Catholic children receive their First Holy Communion when they are 7 or 8 years old as this is considered the age of reason. Holy Communion A Loaf of Bread. Bread is the staple food of physical life, and Eucharistic bread is the staple food of the spiritual life. At the Last Supper, Jesus took a loaf of unleavened bread and said,"Take and eat, this is my body" [Matthew26:26] Thank you for listening! Thanks be to God
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