The Holy Communion

The Holy Communion is the eating of the bread as a means of the body of Jesus Christ and the drinking of the wine as a means of the blood of Jesus Christ by means we receive forgiveness of sin, life and bliss. The Holy Communion also means as a sign of praise and gratitude to remember the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, and in the same time to keep his love alive in our heart. (Matt. 26: 20-30; Mrk. 14: 17-26; Luke 22: 14-20; 1Cor. 11: 17-34)

By means of this doctrine we emphasize that we need to celebrate the Holy Communion more often.

We reject the habit of some churches that holds that only the bread without the wine should given to the members of the church. We also reject the view that there are more than two sacraments.