These Communion Glasses feature a rounded easy-to-clean inside, and the base of the glasses are ridged, for an easy grip. Crystal Glasses fit any standard-size Communion tray.
Glasses are 1 1/4" deep and hold 5cc of liquid; box of 20.
Larger glasses are also available. Check out the Related Products Section for these and additional associated products and resources.
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Care tips. . .
Take the trays to the sink and wash them as soon as possible so that the wine or juice used in the service does not dry in the cups. Prepare warm soapy water for cups and trays. Remove the cups from the trays, then wash and rinse both the cups and the trays.
Use care with glass cups so that they will not chip or break. A plastic dish pan in the sink or a rubber mat in the bottom of the sink will help keep the glasses from breaking; too many glass cups in the sink at once may result in breakage. Drain or towel dry to prevent water spotting. Do not wash any kind of individual communion cup in an electric dishwasher as this may result in broken or melted cups in the bottom of the dishwasher.
Did you know. . .
Communion is also known as Holy Communion, The Lord's Supper, and The Eucharist (from the Greek word for thanksgiving). The bread and wine (or juice of the grape) used in the service are known in liturgical traditions as the Elements. Communion is a Christian sacrament. The sacraments are outward, visible signs of an inward, spiritual grace. Communion recalls the last supper of Jesus with the disciples and Christ's continuing presence with us.