Immanuel Lutheran Church
Holy Communion, also known as the Eucharist or Sacrament of the Altar among other names is a Sacrament of the Lutheran Church, instituted by Christ Himself for Christians to eat and drink of His True Body and Blood, with, in and under the forms of bread and wine.
In keeping with the Communion practice of Lutheran Church-Canada, of which we are members, we practice "closed Communion". Those who are confirmed, communicant members in good standing of Immanuel congregation, or another congregation of Lutheran Church-Canada or another church in communion fellowship (e.g. Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod) are invited to commune.
If you are a visitor and would like to receive Holy Communion, please consult with the Pastor before the service; otherwise, you are welcome to come forward for a blessing - simply fold your hands over your heart.