Over 500 churches across the nation are gathering on election day, November 6, 2012, to hold communion.
We gather to remember that whoever wins, God is still in control.
We gather to remember that whoever we vote for, we are all still one in Christ.
We gather to remember our brothers and sisters in Christ who suffer persecution, who don’t get to vote, who don’t get to gather publicly.
We gather to pray for our leaders, whether we voted for them or not, that God will give them wisdom and compassion.
We are gathering at South 28th Avenue Baptist Church. We may be few in number, but we will gather.
It’s not too late for your church to join the communion, to remember our unity.
Remember, we are all one in Christ – liberals, conservatives, independents, Evangelical, Reformed, Mainline, Catholic. We are all one in God’s love, all saved by the same Son, the same Redeemer.
Learn more here, at http://electiondaycommunion.org