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In the Lesson-Sermons in the Christian Science Quarterly, prepared to be studied by each student of Christian Science, there appears, twice each year, a lesson on the subject of "Sacrament"; and at the communion service in the branch churches, as provided for in the Church Manual, as well as in The Mother Church, it is enjoyed.
At the approach of each communion season students of Christian Science may survey with gratitude the provision of our Leader for this service, which should uplift, consecrate, and inspire all who truly partake of the truth it presents. Our communion service is celebrated without material symbols; and a right understanding of its significance, actively loved and lived, heals of sorrow, sin, and suffering. As Christian Scientists we do not celebrate the sorrow of the night of the crucifixion in this sacramental service, but demonstrate the morning joy of life eternal.