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Sacrament

The sacrament is the formal blessing and administering of bread and water representing the body and blood of Christ to Church members, usually during a Sunday worship meeting. It is the equivalent of communion in many other Christian churches.

See also What to Expect at Church Services.

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What to Expect at Church Services

What to Expect at Church Services

Latter-day Saints welcome all visitors to their worship services.  Along with activities and programs during the week, Latter-day Saints gather on Sundays for an approximately hour-long “sacrament” meeting, where men, women and younger members offer prayers and give sermons, sing hymns and partake of the sacrament (similar to receiving communion).

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