Colorado businesswoman Theresa Lay is selling Communion in pill form. It’s for people travelling, or perhaps people in the military. One pill is made of matzo bread powder, the other of red wine extract.
I suppose some purists will worry about details – a community to share the sacrament, sign value of a meal with breaking of the bread and pouring of the wine, that sort of thing.
But this part sounds right. Lay says, “I believe communion brings hope and healing to the world. It’s been 2,000 years since the last supper and it’s new every time someone celebrates.”