The sharing of bread and wine in remembrance of Jesus’ death on the cross – whether we call it the eucharist, mass, the Lord’s supper, holy communion etc – has been central to Christian worship throughout the history of God’s Church. In the Anglican tradition, people are specifically chosen, trained and ordained to lead God’s people in this act of worship.
This summer Michele Lee has been ordained priest at a special service at St. James’, Sussex Gardens where she was supported by many friends from different areas of her life and ministry. It was a very special day for Michele and a great celebration for all involved.
This was followed by the opportunity to preside at holy communion at St. Stephen’s for the first time on Sunday, 26th June. The occasion was marked by an amazing cake which was presented to Michele after the service and then shared with friends.