12.) Baptism and the Lord’s Supper

This is the twelfth piece of art for our series “We Believe.” You can see the explanation to the entire series here

Read more about our doctrine here.
Listen to the sermons from the series here.

The sacraments, or sacred practices commanded by Christ, of baptism and the Lord’s supper are both elements of our corporate worship which speak to and from our hearts about the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. In this piece each color and pattern represents different parts of these sacred practices. The blue represents water baptism, in which we unite with Christ in His death, burial, and resurrection. The waves bring to mind how God has promised to wash our sins away. The red and tan represent the bread and wine of communion. With drops within the red, we are reminded of Christ’s blood shed for us on the cross, and the x-stitching in the tan reminds us of His body broken for us. The work is bordered with red and blue, representing how God’s work of redemption and renewal are tied together in our worship and daily lives. These are continual works of the Holy Spirit in our lives.


Artist: Mildred Jessee

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