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Peace Lutheran Church
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Peace Lutheran Church
5590 Kings Highway
King George, VA 22485
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    (540) 775-9131
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Eucharistic Announcements

 

As Lutherans, we at Peace believe that all who eat the bread and drink the wine in the Sacrament of the Altar actually receive the Body and Blood of our crucified and Risen Lord Jesus Christ. Rejoicing in this special gift of God's grace, believers receive His assurance of forgiveness and a stronger faith through the Sacrament. We also listen to St. Paul tell us that anyone who communes should "examine" himself/herself before he/she "eats of the bread and drinks of the cup" (1 Corinthians 11:28-29).

Self-examination involves asking yourself the following questions:

  1. Am I a sinner, who trusts alone in Jesus Christ for full and free forgiveness from all sins?
  2. Do I believe that with the bread and the wine the Body and Blood of Christ are truly present in the Sacrament?
  3. Do I intend to amend my sinful life by the power of God's Holy Spirit and live as God's new creation?

All who can answer yes to the above questions are welcome to join in our celebration at the table of the Lord. Anyone who has questions concerning our teaching about the Sacrament is encouraged to talk to Pastor Naumann.

 

 

COMMUNION EVERY SUNDAY

After the study of God's Word and prayer, and after listening to the input of our members, the Board of Worship in consultation with the pastor decided to begin offering Holy Communion every Sunday at both services. The majority of the board felt that, since Christ offers this special gift of His Body and Blood for the forgiveness of sins and the strengthening of faith, the mission and ministry of the congregation would benefit from weekly Communion, as worshipers grow in their faith. The Board was also guided by a resolution of the LCMS 1995 convention, which encouraged congregations to offer the Lord's Supper every Sunday.

Information about the convention resolution can be found by clicking here. Please check with Pastor Naumann if you want more information about this resolution.