Today’s highly interesting read (07/19/19); The First Meal on the Moon

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Jerry Newcombe is an associate minister at New Presbyterian Church, Wilton Manors, FL.

It may surprise you to know that it was bread and wine in a one-person celebration of the Lord’s Table. As Neal Armstrong respectfully looked on, fellow Apollo 11 astronaut, Buzz Aldrin marked the incredible occasion by celebrating Holy Communion—communing between him and God. This was before they stepped out of the “Eagle,” the lunar module, to walk around on the moon.

You can read his column here.

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