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Eucharist celebrates our life together as a community, the presence of Christ in our midst, the Word that is proclaimed and explained, many dimensions of the paschal mystery of death and rebirth. We celebrate our unity with Christ in communion and service.

  • Jesus ate with sinners and was present to them.
  • We share Christ’s real presence today under the signs of bread and wine.
  • We anticipate the day when all people will be fed and will find God close to them.

Contact the Suzanne Will for all Eucharist information.