BREAKING OF BREAD

In the Bible, one of the gatherings of a local church is called the Lord’s Supper,
or the Breaking of Bread. The purpose is to remember the death of our Lord Jesus who said,
"Do this in remembrance of me..."

MAY I ATTEND?

Yes! If you are not a Christian in the fellowship of our local assembly or in the fellowship a local assembly that we are in fellowship with, you will be welcome to sit an area that allows you to comfortably watch and listen without obligation. You will not be asked to participate
or to give a donation; afterwards we will gladly welcome any questions that you have.

HOURS

BREAKING OF BREAD

Every Sunday from 10.00 AM to 11:15 AM

Refreshments and social opportunities to follow.

WHAT IS IT?
REMEMBRANCE

The purpose is to remember the
person (His character) and work (what
He accomplished by dying on the cross). 
We hold this simple but vital meeting every Sunday, following the example that
"upon the first day of the week... the [early Christians] came together to break bread."

WORSHIP

The Bible says, "For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes." So, men will stand and thank God for his son. Prayers and hymns sung by the congregation will be filled with worship for the Lord Jesus Christ and His work on the cross

FELLOWSHIP

The bread is a symbol of the body in which the Lord Jesus Christ suffered and died; The cup a symbol of his blood shed for us. Thanks is given for both of these symbols and what they represent. Each believer in the fellowship will take a portion just as the early Christians did.

 
QUESTIONS?

Tel: (519) 896-3339

ABOUT US

We are a group of Christians who meet to preach the good news of
God’s salvation, worship, pray and study the Bible. 

CONTACT

(519) 896-3339

218 Bleams Road

Kitchener, ON N2C 2K6

 

kghcorrespondence@gmail.com

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