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I was raised Lutheran but really didn't come to know the Lord until college. Thirty years later my dad dies suddenly and I am now bringing my mom to her Lutheran church during her transition. I was impressed with its evangelical style and how alive it seemed compared to when I was younger.
One thing that has changed was that communion is now served every Sunday rather than once a month; I am not sure if this is the individual church's preference or not. They also emphasize that the table is open to everyone including non-believers. Funny how I never considered this before, namely, should unbelievers be allowed to take communion.
I would like some opions or resources I could go to to better understand this concept.