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Eucharist

We use unleavened bread and fresh grape juice for Sacrament.  The Doctrine and Covenants says “you shall partake of none except it is made new among you” and “of your own make.” (D&C 27:4 and 89:6). Other Mormons now disregard those revelations and use water instead of wine.  They also pour the extras down the sink drain into the sewer, and allow open communion (passing the sacrament to un-baptized people).

Vignettes of the Eucharist from an 1840s Bible

 

Continuing Faith

For baptism for the remission
of sins, it is necessary only to have
faith toward God, and to repent of all sin.

To receive baptism by immersion, contact:

 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Mormon Road and Hwy. 11
Burlington, Wisconsin

(800) 862-5667


 

 

One example of our
concise priesthood lineage

Prophet Joseph Smith, 1829

Ebenezer Page, 1830
(Early Mormon in N.Y., Missouri, brother of John E. Page,
Later an Apostle at Voree, Wis., and Beaver Island)


Elder Wingfield Watson, 1858
(Lived on Beaver Island)

Elder Joseph H. Hickey, 1907
(Son of L.D. Hickey who lived at Palmyra, N.Y., Nauvoo, Ill.,
Voree, Wis., and was an apostle on Beaver Island)


Elder Steve Barany, 1953
(Son-in-law of Joseph H. Hickey, died in 2010 at 95)

Others

 

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