Definition of open communion in English:

open communion

Syllabification: o·pen com·mun·ion

noun

Christian Church
Communion made available to any Christian believer.
More example sentences
  • Finally, there is a review of factors to be taken into account in deciding whether the consequences of open communion for Christian life are acceptable.
  • Better than offering open communion, the church might well consider how to hold out its hands in invitation over the waters.
  • I have suggested that there is a classic soteriology enacted in the structural connection of baptism and Eucharist on which the practice of open communion may have a serious impact.

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