Lord's Supper

If we baptise infants, why do we not also commune them?

R. Scott Clark writes: Because we do not think of the two sacraments as having the same function, the Reformed churches have not practised paedocommunion. We do not admit infants to communion because communion is the sign of covenant renewal, not initiation into the visible church. Whereas baptism is for hitherto unbaptised professors of faith (whom we take to be believers) and their children (whom Paul calls “holy” in 1 Cor 7:14), the supper is for who have been baptised, instructed, and have made profession of faith. Read the full article on The Heidelblog.