This website was designed to facilitate the fellowship of our communion/Agape meal gatherings. In the event that we are not able to meet together, a livestream of our worship service and communion word are made available on this site.
In this present season, the Lord has been addressing our church movement regarding fellowship and the sacramental nature of our communion services. We have come to see that our sacramental perspectives and practices are contrary to the teaching of the apostle Paul. He taught that the communion meal is fellowship, or participation, in the offering of Christ.
The Greek word for communion, used in the Scriptures, is koinonia. This word can equally be translated ‘fellowship’, ‘participation’, and ‘sharing’. For example, Paul wrote, ‘The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the communion [koinonia] of the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not the communion [koinonia] of the body of Christ?’ 1Co 10:16. This is the same Greek word that the apostle John used when he wrote, ‘That which we have seen and heard we declare to you, that you also may have fellowship [koinonia] with us; and truly our fellowship [koinonia] is with the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ’. 1Jn 1:3.
Communion is not a sacrament at all; it is the fellowship of the body of Christ. Sacramentalism denies, and even wars against, fellowship, because it promises that a person will receive blessing from God apart from participation in offering as a member of Christ’s body.
In response to the word of the Lord, we are returning to the tradition that was laid down by the twelve apostles as they established the Jewish church in Jerusalem. Act 2:46. This is the same tradition that the apostle Paul and his fellow apostolic messengers established among the Gentile churches. 1Co 11:2. 2Th 2:15.
We warmly invite you to watch this livestream service and welcome you to attend any of our church gatherings.