Lord’s Supper

LOOK BACK (1/3 of your time)

Check-In

Share a meal, or refreshment. Go around the group and introduce yourselves and talk through a “Get to know you” question.

Check-Up

  1. How did you obey?
  2. Who did you train?
  3. Did You share your story, or God's story with anyone?

Share the Simple Church Vision using the handout (click here for pdf)

LOOK UP (1/3 of your time)

Read Acts 2:36-47 to cast vision for being church together.

Read the Command: In Matthew 26:26-28, Jesus says…

Tell the Story: Jesus’ Last Supper from Luke 22:7-20

Retell the Story together.

Read the Story aloud.

Discover:

Pray then use the Sword Bible Study Method to discuss the story and reveal its meaning for our lives.

Practice:

Practice retelling the story or the 3-Circles.

Explore More:

  1. What is the Lord’s Supper? 1 Corinthians 11:26 - a symbol of the Lord’s death
  2. Why do we eat the Lord’s Supper? 1 Corinthians 11:26 - His body was broken and His blood was spilt.
  3. How do we receive the Lord’s Supper? 1 Corinthians 11:27-29 - We must examine ourselves, confess our sins to God and remember Jesus died to give us forgiveness.
  4. Who should receive the Lord’s Supper? Acts 2:42, 1 Corinthians 11:27-29 - Baptized disciples devoted to Jesus.

LOOK Forward (1/3 of your time)

OBEY - TRAIN - SHARE (never skip)

Have everyone in the group pray for the spirit to show them how to answer these questions, then make commitments, write the commitments down and share commitments with the group each week.

  1. How will you obey this passage?
  2. With who will you share your story or God's story with?

COMMISSION & PRAYER

Pray and ask God to prepare the hearts of the people who will be hearing about Jesus this week. Ask him to give you the strength to be obedient to your commitments.

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