Communion may go by many names, but it is one of the oldest traditions in the Christian faith. Some churches refer to this remembrance meal as the Lord's Supper. Other churches use the word Eucharist. Some Protestant churches refer to Communion and baptism as sacraments. Churches that see baptism and Communion as sacraments understand the acts as times when God offers the gift of unfailing grace or love to us. We must accept that love. No matter what the name, this act of worship is important enough that you will want to discuss it openly with your child.
In this study, parents will enjoy lists of activities and conversation starters that they can share with both younger and older children. And, as with all parenting studies, there are reflection questions for parents and discussion questions for a group of parents.