Holy Communion Service
Click here for a pdf copy of the communion service. This version has been updated. Olga was born in 1891 and was more comfortable with King James English than modern ears. An older version is available here.
Readers may find it helpful to refer to the Communion Instructions page for information about establishing a home sanctuary, the meaning of the symbols and description of the rituals associated with this communion service. When the service is practiced with a partner, the words in italics are read or sung by both participants, while the remainder is said by the person undertaking the role of 'officiant.'
We are most grateful to Bentley Kalaway of Maui for recording the hymns for this communion service and offering them for the benefit of those practicing it. Simply click on the hyperlinks below to hear how they may be sung.
Olga's understanding of her mission and purpose:
"After waking at 7 a.m. as I contemplated at the speaking of my spiritual Lord and Master to me, I received clear understanding of his special Mission for me. It is to teach the private observance of the Holy Partaking Ritual given by the “Teacher” in 1914 when he manifested in full figure as an Ancient Egyptian and announced, “I am Thy Teacher.” Now in October 1981, I realize that his word to his elect disciples 2,000 years ago in respect to prayer must certainly apply to the Holy Partaking in memory of him, and that the “two or three met together” is a maximum, not a minimum. To teach this is my special Christ Mission of which He spoke to me in 1974 putting his net in my hands: “I will take in my hands the great ropes of the Purpose of God and draw them together and release the good fish into the sea of my fulfillment.”
"My Christ commission is to offer prayer and praise at the Golden Altar, the symbol of which is the golden censer that was placed in my hands by the Teacher at that experience of Holy Ordination (see An Open Door). It is my understanding now that it will be my fulfillment in the Heaven Life and I say, “So be it!”
October 11, 1981