Bobby Jamieson says that “allowing individuals who aren’t members of any church to participate in the Lord’s Supper gives them the benefits of fellowship without the commitment, the intimacy without the promise.” Should we seek to prevent those who are not members of a local church from partaking of Communion?

Doug Van Meter thinks so, and he offers ten reasons why he thinks so.

Last week, I wrote the first of a few articles addressing various practical issues related to the important (but all too often neglected) principle and practice of church membership. This second instalment provides some reasons why the Lord’s Supper is reserved for those who are members of a local church.

Read more here.