When I first heard about a church offering online communion, perhaps a year ago, I thought how ridiculous! How we have lost our way! I was concerned that this would only enable others to stay away from church while simultaneously watering down the meaning and importance of holy communion.
Upon further reflection, I think those initial thoughts were wrong. I’m changing my mind on online communion and here are a few reasons why.
My Wesleyan Heritage
In November of 1739, John Wesley visited a Moravian Society meeting at Fetter Lane. There he was introduced to a woman whom he had known to be strong in faith but now was filled with doubt. Wesley records something in his journal which disturbed him about this woman and the teaching she had received. He writes, “one whom I had left strong in faith and zealous of good works… now told me, Mr. Molther…
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