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WAFER – A small flat cake used for Communion. The cake is usually round and flat and made from unleavened bread.

WINE (sacramental) – In most liturgical churches actual wine (alcohol) is used. In most evangelical churches, unfermented grape juice is used.

WIMPLE – A linen that covers a nun’s neck, cheeks and head.

WORSHIP – The engagement of believers, in a corporate setting, in singing and exulting God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The word worship comes from the Anglo-Saxon word weorth meaning “worth” and scipe meaning “ship.”


 

 

 
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