And He took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them saying, "This is My body which is given for you; do this in remembrance of Me."

Luke 22:19

Holy Communion is the one sacrament that baptised Christians can experience over and over again: it is the central event of the divine service. In Holy Communion, the congregation commemorates the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ, professes His resurrection, and looks forward to His return. We celebrate fellowship with the Risen One and with one another. This is how the sacrament imparts the nature and strength of the Son of God.

Christians baptized in the name of the triune God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), and who profess Christ as their Lord and Redeemer, are invited to partake in Holy Communion. Those who regularly participate in it in the New Apostolic Church also profess their faith in the apostles of Jesus who are active today.


For more information on the sacrament of Holy Communion, see the Catechism of the New Apostolic Church (CNAC) section 8.2