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Date November 3, 2013
Name abby
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Date September 30, 2011
Name Ada Lisk
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City Spartanburg
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Comments I can't wait to try the wheat flour recipe. I was recently asked to bring the Communion bread for our church and was very excited to find this recipe. Thank you!




Date March 26, 2010
Name Addie Zastrow
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City Lincon
State NE
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Comments I have made the unleavebed bread for our church for the past couple years. I use a recipe passed to my Mother back in the 70l's, however, this time we are making Gluten-free bread due to a rising need in our community. Bless you for being her and providing a much needed recipes.




Date January 1, 2011
Name Adrian Lomax
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Date August 31, 2014
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Date March 24, 2012
Name Amy
Email jasadielafleur@aol.com
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City Lake Montezuma
State AZ
Country USA
Comments I have been wanting to make communion bread for some time. Our Pastors wife told me that has done it for a retreat center. So I was looking at the web and found your site. I like it and the verses that you share . Thank you Amy




Date October 3, 2015
Name Amy
Email Stillgang@gmail.com
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City Abbottstown
State PA
Country USA
Comments I am a teacher of the 4, 5, & 6th grades at church. We're working our way through the Books of Moses. This week we are experiencing the first Passover. I am hoping to make them some homemade unleavened bread.




Date February 25, 2012
Name Andrea Haberecht
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City Beavercreek
State OH
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Comments Thanks for your web page! I, too, bake altar bread periodically for my parish. Today as I was putting the ingredients together, I was inspired to see was a Google search on the subject would give me. It's obvious there are many more of us quietly doing this for our church families than I had thought! I look forward to trying the recipes here.




Date March 13, 2012
Name Anita Neal
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City Post Falls
State Idaho
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Comments Thank you for sharing this recipe. I will make it for our CMA bible study,which meets once per month. If you have prayer requests please feel free to email them to me. God Bless You Anita Neal




Date May 8, 2017
Name Ann Wolfer
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City Salem
State VA
Country USA
Comments Beth, our congregation is interested in trying a non yeast communion bread recipe. What is the yield per recipe of your recipe? We have about 500 to 600 people per Sunday, so I would need to know how to adjust the recipe. Your bread is wonderful! Thanks.




Date October 24, 2011
Name Anna
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City Portland
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Comments Thank you. God Bless




Date October 10, 2010
Name Anne
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Comments Lovely site. I can't wait to try the recipe.




Date June 6, 2011
Name Annette Fricke
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City Spokane
State WA
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Comments Always looking to find bread recipes. Last communion I helped distribute was a disaster for a boy who lost his bread in our intinction into the chalice. I think unleavened bread is better to avoid such a thing. He took it well, but as a result, didn't receive it physically.




Date May 6, 2011
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Date September 21, 2012
Name Archil Daugherty
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City Oklahoma City
State OK
Country USA
Comments Thank you for the unleavened bread recipe which my friend Jill and I can use in baking some for our home communion.




Date August 11, 2013
Name Arlene Whiting
Email arlene.whiting@yahoo.com
Home Page MSN
City Mountain Home
State Arkansas
Country Baxter
Comments I have never tried to make this bread and I was just looking to see what all was in it. We have a small church so we would like to just make fresh each year. We only have about 30 to 40 people at this time. God bless you for sharing this with everyone. Sister Arlene




Date September 6, 2009
Name arthur
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City Nashville
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Date February 20, 2011
Name Ashley Cooper
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City Tehachapi
State CA
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Comments Thank you so much for this great recipe! I love the scriptures you posted! Making this for the first time today! God bless!




Date July 31, 2009
Name Barry
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City Memphis
State Tennessee
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Comments Lord's Supper/Passover/Communion Bread 2 cups flour 1 tsp salt 1 tbl sugar 4 tbl butter (1/2 stick) 3/4 cup milk Combine dry ingredients in bowl. Cut in butter with pastry blender or fork. Add milk and stir. On a floured board pat out pastry mix to 1/2 inch thick. Bake on ungreased sheet at 450 degrees for 15-20 minutes. If desired, pre-cut before baking with small round cutter, but watch carefully as pre-cutting will decrease cooking time. Cool on a rack to avoid excess moisture buildup. May be frozen until needed.




Date January 2, 2010
Name Barry Rose
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City Barrhead
State Alberta
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Date April 1, 2012
Name Becky White
Email beckywhite1224@gmail.com
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City Morehead City
State NC
Country USA
Comments I made only one change to the recipe with whole wheat, I did not use the molasses but added one more tablespoon of honey. The taste of the bread was better than that I had eaten before. I do hope the congregation likes it on Holy Thursday. Thanks ever so much for your help. Becky White




Date April 15, 2017
Name Belva Wallace
Email anguslady59@yahoo.com
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City Henderson
State Texas
Country USA
Comments Thanks for the recipes they are really nice




Date April 25, 2015
Name Beth Puckett
Email bethapuckett@bellsouth.net
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City LULA
State Georgia
Country United States
Comments I would like to bake this communion bread with my Sunday school class. To save time in class, can your Recipe for Communion Bread be made the night before and refrigerated, and then rolled out, pierced and baked the next morning?




Date October 3, 2010
Name Beth Sokol
Email lsokol@charter.net
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City Lodi
State WI
Country USA
Comments Beth, Thank you for this site. I enjoyed making the bread and remembering each of the scripture verses. I don't recall ever using unleavened bread at the church I attend. God bless you! Beth




Date March 29, 2010
Name betty
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City clinton
State tn
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Comments thank you, for recipe and comments on meaning of ingredients.