Communion is an important part of many church services, but it can disrupt the flow of the worship service. After COVID, we have discovered that communion is perfect for doing within our normal worship flow.

Communion is Worship!

People love it, the service flows well, it takes less time and everyone is a winner.  And it enables you to have bread and wine in every service if you wish, and it truly becomes an act of worship.

Plus, and here’s a bonus, you do not have to reign in the layperson leading when they decide this is their big opportunity to preach.  Yes, ex-pastors are the worst for this, often running overtime.  When communion is part of worship, you can dispense with the long-winded talk and just let people worship.

We often consider worship leading to be about singing, about the sings and the music.  But of course, it is really about worship! So incorporating the wine and the bread into worship makes it a true and wonderful worship experience!

Tune in to this week’s pod and learn how to incorporate communion into your worship times…

About Darin

Ps Darin Browne is an international worship leader and singer/songwriter who loves teaching praise and worship leading and encouraging worship leaders around the world.