The worship was led in both Spanish and English. Also present were a group of Tongan Methodists who provided special music for the service.
“I also explained that we do not block people because of an irregular marital status or for using birth control, etc. A number of them present commented on being allowed into communion,” said Rev. Morris.
Also present for this important service was North District Superintendent Rev. Jim Powell.
For the past year, the Mission has been holding a Spanish Communion Service every Sunday at 6:30AM. From this past Sunday forward, a bi-lingual service will be also held every Sunday at 5:00PM.
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