World Wide Communion Sunday
This week, West Hill will participate in World Wide Communion Sunday, an annual tradition that connects communities of faith around the world. We invite you to join us, especially if you are curious about how communion takes place in a theologically barrier-free space.
Building on the work of John Dominic Crossan that presents the earliest eucharistic meals as open gatherings of diversely resourced people at a common table, West Hill has transformed the traditional form of communion as it is often celebrated into an open table feast. Landing, as it does, on the first Sunday of the month, the communal meal welcomes those who travel to join us and visitors who are with us for the first time. It has become an important way to remind ourselves that "communion" is possible, perhaps even necessary, whenever we sit down with our friends, relatives, or coworkers to enjoy a meal together.
October 4th, 2015, 10:30