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Faith

First Communion service at Yorkville Trinity

Yorkville Trinity had a special First Communion service for Mariska Csernak, Tanner Coover, Tessa Coover, Sophia Quiles, Mila Johnson, Lainey Smith, Morgan Browning, Connor Shaw, Sophia Thompson and Lucas Rennels. Pastor Mike Stoner officiated and Lorrie Jackson assisted. In the Methodist Church all children can receive communion at any time; however at Trinity second and third graders are encouraged to attend two weeks of classes to understand the meaning of communion followed by a special Sunday service.
Yorkville Trinity had a special First Communion service for Mariska Csernak, Tanner Coover, Tessa Coover, Sophia Quiles, Mila Johnson, Lainey Smith, Morgan Browning, Connor Shaw, Sophia Thompson and Lucas Rennels. Pastor Mike Stoner officiated and Lorrie Jackson assisted. In the Methodist Church all children can receive communion at any time; however at Trinity second and third graders are encouraged to attend two weeks of classes to understand the meaning of communion followed by a special Sunday service.

Yorkville Trinity had a special First Communion service for Mariska Csernak, Tanner Coover, Tessa Coover, Sophia Quiles, Mila Johnson, Lainey Smith, Morgan Browning, Connor Shaw, Sophia Thompson and Lucas Rennels. Pastor Mike Stoner officiated and Lorrie Jackson assisted. In the Methodist Church all children can receive communion at any time; however at Trinity second and third graders are encouraged to attend two weeks of classes to understand the meaning of communion followed by a special Sunday service.

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