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CHURCH LADY: bread of life

Marco Lutheran Church's Altar is ready for the Feb. 4, Saturday evening worship service.  Lutheran's celebrate Communion at every worship service.  
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

Marco Lutheran Church's Altar is ready for the Feb. 4, Saturday evening worship service. Lutheran's celebrate Communion at every worship service. /Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

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  • The Jewish Congregation of Marco Island's Rabbi will say a blessing over the challah at the conclusion of the Friday night Shabbat service on Feb. 3.  The congregation then gathers in the social hall for a time of socializing and light refreshments. 
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • Marco Presbyterian Church's Communion Table is ready for the Sunday, Feb. 5 service.  The church uses matzah to celebrate Communion. 
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • Marco Lutheran Church's Altar is ready for the Feb. 4, Saturday evening worship service.  Lutheran's celebrate Communion at every worship service.  
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • Wesley United Methodist Church's Altar is ready for Sunday morning Feb. 5.  The Methodists celebrate Communion of the first Sunday of each month. 
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • The United Church of Marco Island's Communion Table is ready for Sunday morning, Feb. 5.  Loaves of bread are broken into individual pieces for Communion.  
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • A large celebrant's Host, left, chalice and individual Hosts in a ciborium are displayed in the Chapel of San Marco Catholic Church.  The priest elevates the large Host during the consecration; the smaller hosts are the people's hosts. 
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • Consecrated Hosts are stored in the gilded mahogany tabernacle, center, in San Marco's Catholic Church's chapel.  The lit red lamp above it indicates that the Eucharist is present in the tabernacle.
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • A Host, communion wafer, is displayed on one of the patens that will be used during Lent at St. Mark's Episcopal Church.  A large Host is used during Communion so that everyone gets a piece of the whole, signifying unity within the Body of Christ.
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

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