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Communion Bread

Communion Bread Meaning to Christian Faith

The use of communion bread dates back to the Last Supper, where Jesus shared bread with his disciples and said, "Take, eat, this is my body" (Matthew 26:26). The bread represents the physical body of Jesus, which was crucified on the cross for the sins of humanity.

The communion bread is an important aspect of the Christian faith, as it serves as a reminder of Jesus' sacrifice and the salvation that it offers. By consuming the bread, we are participating in the sacrifice of Christ and are receiving his grace and forgiveness.

The act of sharing the bread during communion is seen as a symbol of the community and fellowship of the church. Through communion, we are not only united with Christ but also with one another, as members of the body of Christ.

Wholemeal, Low Gluten & Gluten Free Communion Breads

Christian Supplies recognizes the importance of altar wafers in Christian worship and strives to provide a range of options to accommodate the diverse needs of Christian communities. Whether a congregation prefers wholemeal, low gluten, or gluten-free wafers, we are committed to offering high-quality products that are in keeping with the sacred nature of Christian communion.