In memory of Jesus, we gather and give thanks;
in memory of Jesus, we speak, we pray.
In memory of Jesus, we take and eat,
all in memory of him.
Remembering the manna, the heavenly bread;
remembering the day thousand were fed;
remembering the Supper, the meal of the twelve;
we do all in memory of him.
His memory is with us; his memory is near:
the day he died to free us, the death that conquered fear.
The day the Father raised him, the day of new life:
his memory lives with us to this day.
May we become a blessed people. Blest and broken
as is this bread: blest and fed by his body and
blood: broken in love of one another.