If you want to physically partake of communion you will require a small piece of bread and a small amount of drink (preferably made from grapes and containing alcohol). How you view the nature of this part of the service is completely up to you.
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PLEASE HELP THE IMPOVERISHED CURATE OF SAINT LAIKA’S
The administrator of this site is the Reverend Jonathan Hagger (a.k.a. MadPriest). He has been cast out of the Church of England because he spent some time in hospital with depression and the Bishop of Newcastle doesn’t believe people who have had mental health problems in the past can be trusted to be a parish priest. Therefore he is unemployed and he receives no salary from any church or any other employer and he does not receive any welfare benefits. At present his ministry consists entirely of his work at OCICBW…, especially his regular worship podcasts.
However, he likes to eat occasionally and his blogs cost quite a bit of money to run. So, in true Anglican style a collection plate is being made available for your donations (via PayPal). These can be in the form of individual gifts at whatever time suits you or, if you really want to give Jonathan some peace of mind and extra security, you could consider a regular monthly contribution. You do not need to have a PayPal account to subscribe or donate via the buttons below. If you want to make a regular monthly donation (which I really would appreciate) click on the up and down arrows beside the options on the first widget, choose an amount you would like to send and then follow instructions. If you want to send a one off gift please use the second widget.
Another way to help Jonathan is to buy Amazon products via his Amazon shop. Just go to Amazon via one of the two widgets (USA and UK) which can be found in the right hand sidebar. I received over $150 in commission from my American friends buying stuff via my widget in the last three months – and that’s not to be sneezed at.