It is the custom of churches in the URC to celebrate Communion, on
average, regularly, once a month and Prestbury and St Andrew's both
follow this practice.
The Church in Warden Hill, being a URC/Anglican Partnership has Communion
more frequently, and the manner of the Communion varies.
In the URC the Minister, assisted by a least two Elders, presides at the Communion,
which is served to the congregation in their seats in the manner of a meal.
The Bread is served first from a common plate and then small
individual glasses of Wine are distributed. At Prestbury and Warden Hill URC
Centre non-alchoholic wine is used, whereas at St Andrew's and St Christopher's it
We believe that all adults and children (if they so wish) should recieve
Communion whether they are confirmed or not.
For times of Communion services please see the services page.