Take Bread and Cup then Serve

Take Bread and Cup then Serve

by Donald A. Webb
     
 


Take Bread and Cup, Then Serve! responds to a resurgence of interest in the traditional service of Holy Communion and arose from people in one Methodist congregation who sought to more deeply know God and to be Christ's fellow servants. These members wanted to receive the Eucharist in its full, traditional form. Take Bread and Cup, Then Serve! is a collection of…  See more details below

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Take Bread and Cup, Then Serve! responds to a resurgence of interest in the traditional service of Holy Communion and arose from people in one Methodist congregation who sought to more deeply know God and to be Christ's fellow servants. These members wanted to receive the Eucharist in its full, traditional form. Take Bread and Cup, Then Serve! is a collection of scriptures and sermons of a liturgical year. Demonstrating straightforward theology, the book is faithful to the Word and offers readers (as it did worshipers) an opportunity to find that Holy Communion offers a true way to a great life. In additional to being insightful and inspirational, the book is, in one sense, a guidebook for congregations and worshipers who choose to reconnect with the traditional communion liturgy. It includes the liturgy used by the congregation as well as scripture readings used during services.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780692011577
Publisher:
Eucharist Press
Publication date:
11/01/2010
Pages:
159
Product dimensions:
4.70(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author


Rev. Dr. Donald A. Webb is a retired college president, United Methodist minister, and former ship's captain. He was born in 1926 in a mining town in Wales. After Cambridge University, he joined the Royal Navy in World War II, served in minesweepers, and finally as captain of H.M.S. Switha. In 1953 he and his family immigrated to the United States. He was ordained and has degrees from Ohio Wesleyan, Methodist Theological School in Ohio, and a Ph.D. in literature and theology from Drew University. He was president of Centenary College of Louisiana from 1977 to 1991, then interim pastor of several churches, including First United Methodist of Shreveport, where he still serves as scholar-in-residence. With fellow worshipers, lay and ministerial, at Shreveport's Noel United Methodist Church, he receives Holy Communion as a main channel of God's grace.

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