Communion is a part of worship every Sunday. Those who are unfamiliar with the church of Christ, after a few visits with a congregation, have been heard to say, “You know, the one thing I notice about the church of Christ is that they have communion every Sunday.” This is surprising because most religious groups partake of it quarterly, semiannually, or annually. Early church historians speak often of the Lord’s supper involving weekly participation. They verify what the Bible teaches regarding its frequency—that the disciples partook of the communion when they assembled (1 Corinthians 11), and that they assembled on the first day of every week (1 Corinthians 16:2; Acts 20:7).
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