Tuesday, March 4, 2008


Celebration Wafer & Juice Set

Celebration Cups replaces Remembrance Wafer & Juice Set. Double-sealed and disposable, individual Celebration® wafer and juice sets combine modern convenience and purity with a taste for tradition.

The elements are prepackaged, with both wafer and juice in a single two-part container. Communion participants peel back one seal to remove the communion wafer. A second seal under the wafer is then removed for juice.

  • Remembrance® cups are designed to fit standard communion ware.

  • Box contains 100, 250 or 500 ready-to-use cups.

  • A Versatile New Resource for Celebrating Communion

  • " Six Month Shelf Life"

  • New Push Up and Peel Back Tab"

  • No Special Preparation Required

  • Sized for Standard Communion Trays

  • Packaged and Sealed for Purity"

  • Unused Sets May Be Stored for Future Use

  • No Refrigeration Necessary

How It Works:
Now Communion Is As Simple As 1, 2, 3.
1) The Celebration Cup is perfectly designed to fit your communion trays.
2)Peel back the air-tight seal and eat the unleavened wafer.
3) Peel back the second seal and drink the juice.The plastic is left in the cup holders in the pew.

Whether in a church with 30 people or in a stadium with 30,000, we are never more in touch with our Lord than when we celebrate Holy Communion.It is a practice too profound to alter. Too precious to change. Yet while the practice must remain the same, the process has room for improvements. For many churches, preparing the elements, passing the trays and cleaning up is very time consuming.That is why, after years of extensive research, development, and strategic alliances with churches, manufacturers and suppliers around the world, the Celebration Cup was developed. And now with great reverence, we make it available to you.

(If you notice, a portion of the verba is even conveniently printed on the top - perhaps they can be simply mailed to the homebound ...)


William Weedon said...

Gives new meaning to the abomination of desolations standing in the holy place, doesn't it?

-C said...

Why, you took the words right out of my mouth!

Benjamin said...

I would agree that this product is a symptom of everything wrong with contemporary Christianity, but being that it is neither believed to be nor consecrated as the body and blood of Christ, I find it to be more of a gnostic tragedy than a Christian blasphemy. Perhaps it is more a blasphemy of the mind than of the flesh.

-C said...

Well, when "Communion is as easy (in any way) as 1-2-3" it may be convenient, but it is not anything that I recognize as Eucharist.

Don said...

Who offers this? Are there drive-thru churches?