It’s Sunday morning and the people gather at the Church.
It’s time for the religious ceremony called Communion. When one takes Communion, they consume the body and blood of Jesus Christ. By doing this, one shows they have accepted Jesus into their heart and that they desire to become one with Him.
The bread signifies the body of Jesus and the wine (or juice) is used to signify the blood. Transubstantiation is the term used for the miraculous change of the substance. All the people of the Church take turns receiving Communion.
The Church is expected to remain quiet when recieving Communion in order to feel God’s presence. This is the time to pray to Him about anything that is troubling you.
Next, the Church abides in worship by singing religious songs.
Many of the children don’t understand what is going on. They don’t see how taking Communion will help them be like God,