We believe that the sacraments are visible signs of God’s invisible grace. The two sacraments we practice are Holy Communion and Holy Baptism. Holy Baptism is the means of grace by which God cleanses from sin and death, claims us as God’s children, and and calls us to be disciples of Jesus. Holy Communion is the means of grace by which God forgives, restores, welcomes and builds community. It is more than a symbol, we believe that Christ is truly present in, with and under the bread and wine. We invite, not demand, all to participate regardless of church affiliation or whether a person is baptized. We celebrate that Christ’s gift of love and mercy is extended to all peoples.