At Traders Point, communion is an act of worship. It’s a time to pause, reflect on our relationship with God, repent (or choose to turn away from sin), and remember what Jesus did for us on the cross.

While we devote time periodically to take communion during some of our gatherings, communion elements are always available as people leave gatherings each week. Simply grab a communion cup on the way out of the auditorium, and choose a time during the week to reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus. You might do this on your own, with your family, or with your group.

When Jesus provided instructions for communion, He said, "As often as you take it…" We see it being part of the early church’s regular practice, appearing to be part of both large and small gatherings. We want to follow the same example, intentionally reflecting on who Jesus is and what He’s done through communion.

Not Ready to Take Communion?

No problem—and no pressure.

At Traders Point, you’re welcome whether you’re not sure what you believe about God, or you are a committed follower of Christ. If you haven’t yet started following Jesus, then communion should wait.