Holy Communion also known as the Lord's Supper, was ordained for the continual remembrance of the sacrifice of Christ's death on the cross, His atoning work in the life of the believer, and of the benefits which we thereby receive. The bread which in the Lord's Supper is broken, given, and eaten, reminds us of Christ's body given on the cross for our sins. The wine which is poured out and received, reminds us of Christ's blood shed on the cross for our sins. As we eat that bread and drink that wine we are reminded, in the most striking manner, of the benefits Christ has obtained for our soul. Additionally His death on the cross becomes for the believer our turning point from spiritual death to spiritual life. At CCC Holy Communion is commonly held on the first Sunday of the month in all services.