The sacrament of Communion comes out of the Last Supper told in Luke 22:14-20. It is a ritual that we repeat over and over. For some, it is celebrate once a month. Others do it more often or less often. Still, it is part of the fabric of church life, but it is also deeply linked to our Christian identity. As a sacrament, it is a means of Grace; whereby, we know the Holy Spirit is present in the meal. With that, it is one of our ways of coming back to God from our wanderings and be bound together more tightly as the Body of Christ.