FAQs

Here are the answers to frequently asked questions.

What is One Body One Blood?

One Body One Blood is a ministry dedicated to lifting up Christ and uniting Christians from around the world in two ways–through sharing communion on Good Friday 2021 and through acts of service that demonstrate the love of Christ to the world.

Why should I participate?

It is time for the church to unite and stand up! We have been silent too long. As we share our love for Christ and for each other, the world will see what true Christianity looks like and many will be won to Christ.

What do you mean by "join the movement?"

While we are planning something special for Good Friday 2021, One Body One Blood is more than a single event. It is a platform for making a public statement of faith, telling your story in Christ, and inspiring Christians from around the world to show the love of Christ to a hurting world through acts of service.

How can I get involved?

If you love Jesus, we need you! The power of this effort lies in getting people involved. We encourage you to get to know us by reading the information on our website, follow us on our social channels, let us know you are participating by submitting your registration, and join us on April 2, 2021! We also ask you to help us reach the world through sharing our message on your social media channels, using the hashtag #onebodyoneblood.

Is there a cost to be involved?

There is no cost to be involved! 

What time is the event in my location?

The one-hour event will begin at 4:00 Jerusalem time. To check on the time for your local time zone, click this link.

How do I use the #onebodyoneblood hashtag?

We envision One Body One Blood as an exciting event for all Christians and we need your help to extend our reach. By using #onebodyoneblood in social media posts, you are making a public statement of your belief in Jesus Christ and standing with your brothers and sisters in Christ from every nation.

We encourage you to use the hashtag on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Create a post, upload a short (10-20 second) video telling us that you are going to participate, tag @1Body1Blood and include #onebodyoneblood. If you’d like to let people know what country you are from, please also include that information.

Is registration required?

Registration is not required, but there are benefits to registering; you will receive a reminder ahead of the event, along with a link to the livestream. This reminder also contains the correct time for your time zone.

Are there separate registrations for groups and individuals?

There is only one registration form. Whether you are registering for yourself or for your group, use the “REGISTER” link to register. If you are part of a group, only one person from your group needs to register.

What are the spiritual requirements for participating?

The Lord’s Table is only for people who have accepted Christ as their Lord and Savior. Ahead of the event, we encourage you to search your heart. “Everyone ought to examine themselves before they eat of the bread and drink from the cup.” (1 Corinthians 11:28) The Lord’s Table isn’t for perfect people; it is for people whose sins have been covered by the blood of Christ. When you examine your heart, ask the Lord to reveal any areas of unconfessed sin. Acknowledge these and ask the Lord to forgive.

Where can I find the event?

The event will be livestreamed via the One Body One Blood YouTube channel. A link to the livestream can easily be found on our homepage.

What about technical requirements?

You will need an internet connection and a device to view the event on. This could be a computer, a smart phone, or a television. The key is that it be connected to the internet. If you are viewing with a group, you may need a larger screen television or a projector and screen. 

What is your privacy policy?

We value your privacy and will never share your personal information, name, address, email address, or any other information that you provide to us with anyone outside of our organization.

What do I need to participate in communion?

You will need to have a cracker or bread, as well as juice or wine for yourself and each person sharing in the event at your location. 

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