- Knowing when your child should participate in communion can be confusing for many parents. Though some denominations and churches have clear boundaries and guidelines outlined by the leadership, the ultimate responsibility lies with the parents.
- Communion is an ordinance, an outward expression of an inward reality. It’s a physical expression that points to a spiritual reality, and Jesus commanded us to do it to make sure that the cross and the resurrection are central to the Christian message generation after generation. Luke 22:19, 1 Corinthians 11:23-26
- There’s one simple qualification for anyone to take communion: faith in Christ. If you have trusted Jesus for your salvation, you are encouraged to take communion to remember what Christ has done for you.