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I started going to a new church a few weeks ago and took communion today. The entire communion is gluten free. For the first time, I was able to take communion and didn't have to worry about CC. I felt so included. The women responsible for coordinating it had special gluten-free pita flown in from New York. She still isn't satisfied with it's texture, so she made two other pitas - one from a mix and one from scratch. She had me taste test after the sermon today and we decided upon her "from scratch" recipe for all of the future services. They do lunch on Sunday after the services, and are going to let us coordinate two entirely gluten-free lunches each month. I'm really excited. If any of you live nearby and want to check it out, here's the site: http://www.thebridgewired.org/. The pastor is so awesome and is also a friend - his wife is gluten-free also.

It was really nothing short of a blessing today!

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I started going to a new church a few weeks ago and took communion today. The entire communion is gluten free. For the first time, I was able to take communion and didn't have to worry about CC. I felt so included. The women responsible for coordinating it had special gluten-free pita flown in from New York. She still isn't satisfied with it's texture, so she made two other pitas - one from a mix and one from scratch. She had me taste test after the sermon today and we decided upon her "from scratch" recipe for all of the future services. They do lunch on Sunday after the services, and are going to let us coordinate two entirely gluten-free lunches each month. I'm really excited. If any of you live nearby and want to check it out, here's the site: http://www.thebridgewired.org/. The pastor is so awesome and is also a friend - his wife is gluten-free also.

It was really nothing short of a blessing today!

That is so awesome, truly a blessing!

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That is a blessing in itself. You are very blessed to have found a church like that..I'm jealous... Could you share the pita recipe that you chose?

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That is a blessing in itself. You are very blessed to have found a church like that..I'm jealous... Could you share the pita recipe that you chose?

Absolutely! I will get the recipe from her next week.

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I am going to seminary to be a pastor and so whenever I lead communion, I plan it being gluten free too! :)

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I am going to seminary to be a pastor and so whenever I lead communion, I plan it being gluten free too! :)

Awesome...that makes me smile -----> :rolleyes:

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I am going to seminary to be a pastor and so whenever I lead communion, I plan it being gluten free too! :)

{waves to Cara} I've just finished seminary and have been "certified ready to receive a call" -- Presbyterian-speak for "I need a job!" lol.. I'm a part-time chaplain now, and hopefully will find a full-time position. I'm looking for a good recipe that I can use to have our communion all gluten-free so I'll be looking forward to this pita bread recipe also. :)

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