Is communion just in church?

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I thought it was really interesting how Foster talked about communion and how it isn't just in church but anytime that people sat down to eat together.  Some families have communion everyday but some only have it once or twice a week.  To me, i only thought of communion as the breaking of bread and drinking of grape juice the first Sunday of every month.  I now know that I have communion a lot more than I thought.  This just struck me as interesting and was wondering if anyone else thought it was interesting?

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That's right, there's an informal, secular meaning to the word "communion." Christians celebrate communion in a specific way, according to their own tradition, but that's not the only meaning of the word.

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