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What is communion?

by 21st Century Churchpublished on December 10, 2019

Guest speaker Joe Kiefer from Peoples Church Cincinnati talks about how the first disciples who followed Jesus didn’t wait for all their questions and doubts to be answered. They got close, watched, listened, and asked questions to see for themselves who this man really was ( John 6:60; Mark 14:12-26). Re-imagining the significance of remembrance, communion & community.

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