On the night in which He was betrayed, Jesus symbolically distributed bread and wine after the disciples had shared a meal.

This distribution has come to be called by Christians the Sacrament of Holy Communion, the Eucharist, or simply "the Lord's Supper."

At Mercy Hill, we plan to celebrate the Lord's Supper each week. We use the traditional elements of bread and wine.

Those who believe in Christ, are associated with a church that teaches and preaches the Gospel, and who desire to live a godly life are welcome to partake of the Lord's Supper with us, whether members of Mercy Hill or of some other evangelical church.

However, if you're not a part of an evangelical church, or not sure about what we believe about the Lord's Supper, you're encouraged to not partake until speaking with the pastor.

Meanwhile, we do encourage everyone to come forward for prayer each week. You can come as individuals, or with your friends or family if you come to worship as a group.

If you have more questions about Holy Communion, please refer to our FAQ section.