Pastor Kay’s message this weekend was based on John 6:51-58 where, in John’s gospel, the feeding of the five thousand leads to extended teaching in which Jesus identifies himself as the true “Bread of Life”. Finally, in these verses, he makes a connection that would not be understood until after his death, in light of the church’s celebration of Holy Communion.
Pastor states, “This gift of life at the holy table gives us the incentive to be servants of Christ who offer the same gift to others to receive it with us. And all of us together will never need to worry about an expiration date for this food. It never goes bad or needs to be thrown out. It is food that is everlasting and food that nourishes us for life eternal. Come and taste the love of Christ for you. Jesus speaks again to you and me today – “I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats of this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.” Come to this table to eat and drink life everlasting. The Lord be with you.”
Pastor Kay’s Message: