A sacrament is an outward and visible sign of God’s grace – God’s favor towards us that is unearned and undeserved. They help us to see God’s work around us. The two great sacraments given by Christ to the church are Holy Baptism and Holy Communion. At Resurrection Episcopal Church we believe that God’s grace is fully experienced through the sacraments.
Liturgical describes a worship form that is both physical and spiritual, inviting each of us to participate with our entire being: body, mind, and spirit. In our worship service we sing, we pray, we hear the Scriptures proclaimed, we listen to a sermon with life application, we confess our sins, and give thanks to God. At the heart of our worship is the sacrament of Holy Communion, where we experience the redeeming love of Jesus Christ through communal sharing of bread and wine (yes, we serve real wine as did Jesus!)