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I just made a couple loaves this afternoon and went out great. I was afraid it would over knead it since this is a quick rising bread. Founded in in Melbourne, we are one of the largest assisted weight management companies in the world. In planning, one needs to realize that communion has a primary place in worship, and allow sufficient time and personnel to do it both efficiently and effectively, neither of which is possible in those evangelical churches that regularly feature sermons of 45 minutes or more. Thanks once again wish I could share my pictures.

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As humans, our bodies require sleep for optimal health and wellbeing. Sleep is not just essential in restoring and rejuvenating our bodies, but also for solidifying and consolidating information. It is also easy to determine when humans are asleep, however with fish, this is slightly more difficult. In this article [Continue reading …]. Home Featured Fish Names: The Most Comprehensive List. Care Guide, Compatibility, Diet and Habitat. Next 8 Beginner Fishkeeping Mistakes.

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There are elements of Christus Victor, but still the overall mood is sacrifice. Yes, and all the sicker for it as there is now plenty of research evidence that diseases like eczema, asthma and even leukaemia are related to inadequate exposure to pathogens. I mean, when did you ever hear of fatal peanut allergies before then? And suddenly they were everywhere and anything peanut was getting banned. You might wish to read the consecration prayer from the Liturgy of St. He released us from the delusions of idols.

He loosed the pains of death. Notice that instead of passing through the parted Red Sea, the way that is made for us is through the resurrection from the dead, but the language is Exodus language. I love Eastern liturgies St. On the other hand, the Jewish members of our leadership were pretty insistant that we include the Kiddush traditional blessing over bread and wine to ceremonially sanctify the Sabbath.

As I and my fellow liturgy enthusiast were brainstorming, we came across a Jewish prayer associated with the Kiddush that calls the Sabbath a rememberance of Creation and a memorial of the Exodus.

This has created a much more New Testament feel to our Hebraic service. On leavened vs unleavened bread: I still prefer unleavened bread, though. On discerning the body: It is pretty evident to me that v27 and v29 talk about the same thing. My wife is from a UK Plymouth Brethren background Exclusives and Open , and I find the Breaking of Bread in some of those assemblies as liturgical in a positive sense as anything: Now if only they would not exclude me from the table because I am no one of them … but then the Catholics do that, too.

In my evangelical upbringing of approximately years ago, communion services were looked upon basically as pains in the you-know-what. Too lengthy; just too much trouble. The pastor put it off long enough until the once-a-quarter rule slipped to maybe twice a year. This was before the era where men realized they were actually capable of washing dishes as well. Regarding children at the table, I once read a defense of the open table of Methodists.

The writer made the analogy for open communion by comparing it to the family dinner table where parents and children come together each evening. The children are not told they must eat at another table apart from the parents until they understand what it means to be a part of the family and can responsibly participate in all the varied aspects of family life. On the contrary, they the children learn what it means to be a part of the family by being at the table with the parents.

But they get to help with sitting the table and cleaning it, even when it would be far easier for the parent to do those things themselves. But the parent knows that the child will only come to see themselves as part of the family through their inclusion and participation of family life around the table.

The child naturally grows toward becoming a full fledged family member through all the myriad activities of life at and surrounding the table. But everything about the spirit of the argument speaks to me of the spirit of Christ. This new meal now gives an identity to people who follow Jesus. This is a foretaste of the feast to come; and our call is to invite people to the Banquet—the one we can already taste, and the one that is in store for us yet to come. I like that, and will use it.

This could be done beautifully or it could become a circus usually beautifully i understand. As a member of one of the few SBC churches that still wash feet, I say keep it with much enthusiasm.

It has always been a meaningful experience to me. I love seeing newly baptized believers being lead thru their first foot washing, usually one of the only times you see older members worshiping with youth in a meaningful way.

It is, in effect, the word that defines salvation, and thus the name of our church… Communion Presbyterian Church. Many churches bear the names of theological terms Grace, Redeemer, Faith, etc. And as a gift I need to accept what is being offered rather than trying to work myself into an acceptable state in order to receive the elements. You are correct also that it should not be done without explanation. Ironically, I have written a fairly extensive explanation of our practice, that is meant also to reorient members of my congregation as to what they are doing and why.

I posted this on my blog not too long ago. I only read it when there are visitors, a couple times a month. But I have some in my congregation who would rather I never read it! I suppose though, that they would also rather I not practice closed communion. My conscience is bound though. Sorry, about the odd wording. Any thoughts on this? Thanks for this series. And I always learn more about other traditions.

I was raised Prebyterian, with the wheat bread chicklets and shots of grape juice monthly. It made us think more deeply about the meaning of the Sacrament. Write to Chaplain Mike. I free those every time I check the site. IM now has a group on Facebook, which is designed to help readers of the Internet Monk blog connect and communicate in other ways and places.

To make this as safe and user-friendly as possible, we have made the iMonk Community an invitation only group. If you would like to join, email Chaplain Mike , and you'll receive an invitation. Michael Buckley Site design: The Evangelical Liturgy October 19, at October 19, at 1: That does in general seem to provide a good balance. October 19, at 4: Father Robert Lyons says: October 20, at October 19, at 6: Jeff, For those overly squeamish about the use of the common cup, chalices with pouring lips are widely avaliable which can be used to pour into an individual cup.

Headless Unicorn Guy says: Just an interesting aside. Total agree on the minimal language. Important for Christian unity as well. October 19, at 2: October 19, at 8: October 20, at 4: October 25, at When the H1N1 scare hit my parish, we just discontinued the cup for a couple weeks. October 22, at 4: I thought that odd. October 20, at 2: It was hardly supper, but it was reminiscent of a low-budget cocktail hour. Holy Communion is part of worship on a regular basis.

October 20, at 3: October 23, at 9: On Easter and Christmas, we will run over per service. Love reading about what is going on in other churches.

October 20, at 8: And Clown Funeral Masses. Leavened bread symbolizes joy and feasting, which perhaps is more appropriate for a Sunday. October 19, at 3: October 20, at 1: Joel from Louisville says: What are the biblical grounds for taking the Supper with any less frequency than once a week?

Don in Phoenix says: Some not-so-random thoughts… 1 Communion is the one recurring act of corporate worship whether deemed an ordinance or a sacrament instituted by Christ himself, and thus deserves primacy in our practice of corporate worship. October 19, at 5: Handshakes are not scriptural. Hugs are a good hygienic compromise. Of course, the ancient church would have divided male and female sections.

I am soooo copying this over to my blog. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Why would they not be drinking wine harvested at another time? I mean besides being Fundementalist Baptist. What do people think God gave us an immune system for? October 19, at 7: On Evangelicals and communion liturgy: October 20, at 7: October 22, at October 22, at 3: October 21, at 2: October 21, at October 26, at 3: October 28, at 6: Write to Us Write to Chaplain Mike.

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