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Why?
Why we have the Lords Supper Every Sunday
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Jesus Instituted the Lords Supper as a Memorial
of His Death
1 Cor. 11
23 For I received from the Lord that which I also
delivered to you that the Lord Jesus on the same
night in which He was betrayed took bread 24
and when He had given thanks, He broke it and
said, "Take, eat this is My body which is broken
for you do this in remembrance of Me." 25 In
the same manner He also took the cup after
supper, saying, "This cup is the new covenant in
My blood. This do, as often as you drink it, in
remembrance of Me."
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Jesus Instituted the Lords Supper as a Memorial
of His Death
1 Cor. 11
26 For as often as you eat this bread and drink
this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death till He
comes.
Regularity
How often?
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Why we have the Lords Supper Every Sunday
I. Mans Practice
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                                                                                                                The Lord's Supper (Communion)  
                         We celebrate the Lord's Supper approximately once each month to remember Christ's execution on the cross to atone for our sins. The unleavened bread symbolizes his body broken for us, and the grape juice symbolizes the blood he shed for us. All who believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior are invited to participate. We believe that children also should be able to participate in this special event, as they are just as much a part of the family of God as anyone. The precedence for including children was established in the Old Testament where children shared in the Passover celebration. The Lord's Supper is a New Testament experience of the Passover.                        We celebrate the Lord's Supper approximately once each month to remember Christ's execution on the cross to atone for our sins. The unleavened bread symbolizes his body broken for us, and the grape juice symbolizes the blood he shed for us. All who believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior are invited to participate. We believe that children also should be able to participate in this special event, as they are just as much a part of the family of God as anyone. The precedence for including children was established in the Old Testament where children shared in the Passover celebration. The Lord's Supper is a New Testament experience of the Passover.
http//www.alivealive.org/Worship/communion.html
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World Communion Sunday 2003 World Communion
Sunday -- celebrated the first Sunday in October
-- is one of the most venerable of special
Sundays. The day has taken on new relevancy and
depth of meaning in a world where globalization
often has undermined peace and justice -- and in
a time when fear divides the peoples of God's
earth.  On this day we celebrate our oneness in
Christ, the Prince of Peace, in the midst of the
world we are called to serve -- a world ever more
in need of peacemaking.
http//www.ncccusa.org/ecmin/worldcommunionsunday2
003.html
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Bear Lake Christian Church 221 E. Bear Lake Rd.
SE,  Kalkaska, MI 49646   
Communion Sunday We Take Communion On The 2nd
Sunday Of Each Month
http//www.bearlakechristianchurch.com/communion/
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2003 Communion Schedule                        
                            Sunday, January 5th
- Intinction Sunday, February 2nd - Traditional
Ash Wednesday, March 5th - Intinction 1st
Sunday in Lent, March 9th - Intinction Sunday,
April 6th - Traditional Maundy Thursday, April
17th - Intinction Easter Sunday, April 20th -
Intinction Sunday, May 4th - Traditional
Pentecost Sunday, June 8th - Intinction Sunday,
July 6th - Intinction Sunday, August 3rd -
Intinction Sunday, September 7th - Traditional
World Communion Sunday, October 5th - Intinction
Sunday, November 2nd - Traditional 1st Sunday
of Advent, November 30th - Intinction Christmas
Eve, Wednesday, December 24th - Traditional
http//www.fandc.org/communionschedule.html
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North 57th Avenue and Lillian Highway, Pensacola,
FL 32516
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
       1        2        3  600 am Men's Prayer   4      
 5  Communion Sunday   6        7        8        9        10  600 am Men's Prayer   11      
 12        13        14        15        16        17  600 am Men's Prayer   18      
 19        20        21        22        23        24  600 am Men's Prayer   25      
 26        27        28        29        30        31  600 am Men's Prayer   
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http//www.mgumc.org/cgi-bin/calendar.pl?month5s
elected_datestring20031118styleGridviewMonth
event_id11month10
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SUNDAY SERVICES 1030 am Family service (Madras
College, Kilrymont Road) Click here for map. This
service is especially suited to those with
children although a broad cross-section of people
attend. The boys and girls begin the morning in
classes tailored to their age and join the main
congregation towards the end of the service.
Communion takes place on the 4th Sunday of the
month, and this morning service is replaced by
FIRST SUNDAY on the 1st Sunday of the month.
630 pm Evening Service (South Street) This
service combines songs, prayers, Bible reading
and preaching. From time to time a choice of
seminars is available with opportunity to ask
question and discuss. Communion takes place on
the 2nd Sunday of the month at this service.
After the service refreshments are served in the
Fellowship Room. The Youth Group meets as part of
what happens on a Sunday evening. Beginning in
the main service, the young people leave for
their own activities part way through.
http//www.standrewsbaptist.co.uk/sbc/
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Common Practices On Frequency
  • Once every quarter
  • Once every year
  • Once a month
  • Offered every Sunday (No obligation)

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Why we have the Lords Supper Every Sunday
I. Mans Practice II. Bible Evidence
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Acts 207
And upon the first day of the week, when the
disciples came together to break bread, Paul
preached unto them, ready to depart on the
morrow and continued his speech until midnight.
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Break Bread (Acts 207) Lords Supper
Used To Refer To Lords Supper Matt. 2626 Mark
1422 Luke 2219 Acts 242 1 Cor. 1016 1 Cor.
1123-24
Used To Refer To Common Meal Acts 246
Acts 207 is a worship Assembly. No common meal
in assembly (1 Cor. 11)
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Bible Evidence
A. First Day of Week - Significant Day
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  • Day of Importance
  • Jesus raised (Mt.281 Mk. 169)
  • Jesus appeared to disciples (John 2019, 26)
  • Church established (Acts 247)
  • First gospel sermon (Acts 2)
  • 2. Day of Worship
  • Acts 242 (Pentecost on 1st Day Lev 2315-16)
  • Acts 207
  • 1 Cor. 161-2

First Day of Week
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Bible Evidence
A. First Day of Week - Significant Day B. First
Day Means Every First Day
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First Day Means Every First Day
1. 1 Cor. 162 On the first day of every week
(NASV NIV RSV NASUE) Kata (NT2596) has a
distributive force, every first
day. (Vincent's Word Studies of the New
Testament)
2. Illustrations Club means on Monday. You
will be paid on Friday. Saturday is double
time.
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First Day Means Every First Day
1. 1 Cor. 162 On the first day of every week

2. Illustrations
3. If weekly Day of week stated
Annually Day of Year
Monthly Day of Month
Weekly Day of Week
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Memorial / Feast Scripture Time Frequency
Passover Ex. 126, 14, 24 14th day of 1st Month Annual
Trumpets Lev. 2324 1st Day of 7th Month Annual
Atonement Lev. 2327 10th Day of 7th Month Annual
Tabernacles Lev. 2339-44 15th day of 7th Month Annual
Sabbath Exo. 208-11 7th day of week Weekly
Lords Supper Acts 207 1st day of week Weekly
Chart by David Pratte http//www.biblestudylesso
ns.com/cgi-bin/gospel_way/lords_supper_day.php
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Bible Evidence
A. First Day of Week - Significant Day B. First
Day Means Every First Day C. Parallel To The
Sabbath
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Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it
holy (Exo. 208)
And upon the first day of the week, when
the disciples came together to break
bread (Acts 207)
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Bible Evidence
A. First Day of Week - Significant Day B. First
Day Means Every First Day C. Parallel To The
Sabbath
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Why we have the Lords Supper Every Sunday
I. Mans Practice II. Bible Evidence
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