Lutherans accept two Sacraments as God-given means for penetrating the lives of people with his grace: Baptism and Holy Communion. In Baptism, God freely offers his grace (unconditional forgiveness of sins), through water and word, and lovingly establishes a new community. It is in Baptism that people become members of the Church. In Holy Communion – often called the Lord’s Supper or the Eucharist – those who come to the table receive in bread and wine the body and blood of their Lord, Jesus Christ. This gift is itself the real presence of God’s forgiveness and mercy, nourishing believers in union with their Lord and each other.
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