Communion - Leavened Bread?
I attend a small church. My Mom was asked to prepare some bread for the Christmas Eve communion. After talking to her I realized this would not be unleavened bread. I told her that the Last Supper was a passover feast in which the bread would have been unleavened - with no yeast. I also understood that this was symbolic of Jesus, the Passover Lamb - without sin.
From this conversation, she spoke to the pastor. He didn't alter the arrangements. I find this very strange and offensive. I plan to take crackers to use instead of the bread for this service.
This just seems so wrong to me. Am I being too particular?
Jesus answered, "I am the WAY and the TRUTH and the LIFE, no one comes to the Father except through Me."