The Diocese of Ohio is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion represented in the United States by The Episcopal Church.
The Episcopal Church of Ohio ministers in our Church and in our communities in many inspiring ways.
Why do we do that?
In The Episcopal Church, we talk about “the ministry of all baptized persons” which rests on our conviction that all baptized persons are ministers.
The Episcopal Church is a liturgical church. The use of the term liturgy has come to mean many things over the years, but in a nutshell, it essentially means two things: that all the people are participants in the worship service; and that everything we use, do, and wear in the liturgy has meaning.
Perhaps the best answer for why we as Christians and Episcopalians take Communion is that Jesus told us to.
Passing The Peace
Why do we pass the Peace, and why do we do it the way we do?
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