In light of concerns about the new coronavirus, many churches have ordered boxes filled with hundreds of prepackaged Communion cups and wafers.
“In a variety of ways, we’re just minimizing the level of physical touch that’s happening in the life of the church while still trying to continue somewhat normal activities,” said the Rev. Justin Coleman, who is coordinating with his staff and communicating with fellow clergy in his area about best practices for corporate worship under the new circumstances.
“What we’re saying related to Communion is that what we’re trying to do is minimize any kind of unnecessary touch here.”
Our product is aseptically prepared, meaning it’s not touched by name hands during the process, it’s automated.