communion

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} (Hristiyanlık) komünyon
düşünce
görüş birliği
görüş alışverişi
iştirak

İlk iştirak Katolik kilisesinde önemli bir törendir. - The First Communion is an important ceremony in the Catholic Church.

(duygu/düşünce/vb.) paylaşma
cemaat
(Din) Cemaate katılma, cemaate kabul edilme

My daughter had her commumion this past sunday.

paylaşım
{i} katılma
Aşai Rabbani Hıristiyanlıkta mezhep
{i} birlik
{i} (Hristiyanlık) mezhep
{i} aynı düşüncede olma
{i} komünyon
{i} paylaşma
{i} duygu ortaklığı
görüş alışverişi/düşünce
duygu
mezhep
communion holy
aşai rabbani ayini
communion table
komünyon sofrası
communion wafers
komünyon ekmekleri
anglican communion
anglikan topluluğu
partake of communion
sohbete katıl
Holy Communion
(Din) Hıristiyan kilisesine mahsus Aşai Rabbani ayını, Komünyon, şarap ve ekmek yeme ayını
partake of communion
sohbete katil
Holy Communion
aşai rabbani ayini
Holy Communion
komünyon
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The sacrament of Holy Communion
A joining together of minds or spirits
{n} a taking of the Lord's supper, union in faith, union, fellowship, intercourse
Most often appears in this book in the sense of the chant sung by the choir during the Priest's partaking of the Eucharist Also, refers directly to the Elements of the Body and Blood of Christ and-less directly-to the partaking of these Elements by the faithful
the act of participating in the celebration of the Eucharist; "the governor took Communion with the rest of the congregation" sharing thoughts and feelings (Christianity) a group of Christians with a common religious faith who practice the same rites
sharing thoughts and feelings (Christianity) a group of Christians with a common religious faith who practice the same rites
sharing thoughts and feelings
A body of Christians having one common faith and discipline; as, the Presbyterian communion
1 The Christian sacramental meal, the Lord's Supper, commanded by our Lord ("Do this in remembrance of me ") For centuries the service used to celebrate the meal was called Holy Communion, but is now more commonly called the "Eucharist" in Episcopal churches Also known as Mass in Roman Catholic churches 2 The term describing a group of autonomous churches who recognize common ties and share a common faith, for example, the worldwide Anglican Communion
The Lord's Supper Also, an intimate relationship with deep understanding The act of sharing, possessing in common
the Christian sacramental meal, equivalent to the Lord's Supper; now more commonly called 'eucharist' in Episcopal churches; also called Mass in Roman Catholic churches
intimate association and intercourse implying sympathy and confidence; interchange of thoughts, purposes, etc
The most important of the Christian services It acts out the events of the last supper which Jesus had with his disciples
The eating of bread and wine (or grape juice) which symbolizes the body and blood of Jesus It is a sign of eating and drinking in "communion" with the crucified and risen Lord Jesus He commanded His followers to share the bread and the cup to remember His death and resurrection until He comes again
The ceremony in the Christian church instituted by Jesus Christ at the Passover He asked that the church eat the unleavened bread and drink the fruit of the vine in remembrance of him He was the Passover Lamb So every time a christian participated in this ceremony, these symbols remind us of his death for us See Sacrifice of the Mass
(in Divine Liturgy tour)
An act of sharing Most of Christendom's sects refer to the ceremony of partaking from communally shared bread and wine in commemoration of the death of Christ as ``Holy Communion'' Jehovah's Witnesses do not use this word to describe these proceedings (See {Memorial} )
the act of participating in the celebration of the Eucharist; "the governor took Communion with the rest of the congregation"
Intercourse between two or more persons; esp
{i} act of sharing, participation; association; Christian ceremony commemorating the last supper of Jesus and his disciples, sacrament of the Lord's Supper, Eucharist
The sacrament of the eucharist; the celebration of the Lord's supper; the act of partaking of the sacrament; as, to go to communion; to partake of the communion
agreement; fellowship; as, the communion of saints
The Lord's Supper (Matt 26: 26-30; Mark 14: 22-26; Luke 22: 14-20; 1 Cor 1: 23-26) It is the breaking of bread (Acts 2: 42,46) and a time to give thanks (Luke 22: 17,19) It was originally instituted by Jesus (Matt 26: 26-29) on the night of the Passover meal which was an annual occurrence celebrating the "passing over" of the angel of death that claimed the firstborn of every house in Egypt (Ex 12) The Lord's Supper, or communion, replaces the Passover meal with the "body and blood" (Mark 14: 22-24) of Jesus It is to be taken only by believers (1 Cor 11: 23-28) (For further study see John 6: 26-58 and 1 Cor 11: 27-34)
Communion with nature or with a person is the feeling that you are sharing thoughts or feelings with them. communion with nature
(Christianity) a group of Christians with a common religious faith who practice the same rites
The term used in the present volume to refer to the sacrament variously known as "the mass," "the Lord's supper," and "holy communion "
Communion is the Christian ceremony in which people eat bread and drink wine in memory of Christ's death. Most villagers took communion only at Easter
The act of sharing; community; participation
The state of being intimate with God and each other within the context of a holy meal The rite is called the Holy Eucharist
(Gr koinonia) The receiving of the sacrament of the Eucharist after proper preparation, fasting, and confession Orthodox Christians are encouraged to receive communion as often as possible, even daily See also the article on The Holy Eucharist Communion of Saints The Orthodox Church believes that all the people of God ‹members of the Church, either the living on earth or the departed in heaven, are in constant communion and fellowship with each other in faith, grace and prayers, since they constitute one Body in Christ ‹ the Church
communion wafer
The sacramental bread used in the Eucharist; the host
communion bread
sacrament of the Lord's Supper, participating in eating of the bread and drinking of the wine in the Christian ceremony commemorating the last supper of Jesus and his disciples
communion table
table in Christian churches used in the celebration of communion, altar
Anglican Communion
A worldwide network of Churches that are are in communion with the Church of England as represented by the Archbishop of Canterbury
Holy Communion
A Christian sacrament commemorating the Last Supper of Christ
Holy Communion
(Din) The Eucharist (also known as Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper, among other names) is a rite or act of worship that most Christians perform in order to fulfill the instruction that they believe Jesus gave his disciples, at his last meal with them before being turned over to his executioners, to do "in remembrance of him" certain actions that he did at that meal
Anglican Communion
the group of churches around the world, mostly in English-speaking countries, that are closely related to the practices and beliefs of the Church of England
First Communion
when someone receives Holy Communion for the first time
Holy Communion
Christian ceremony commemorating the last supper of Jesus and his disciples
Holy Communion
Holy Communion is the most important religious service in the Christian church, in which people share bread and wine as a symbol of the Last Supper and the death of Christ. The sacrament of the Eucharist received by a congregation. the Christian ceremony in which people eat bread and drink wine as signs of Christ's body and blood = Communion
self communion
thoughts about one's self
communion
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