The internet has become a place where people go to fill lots of needs, of all kinds.
Online church's have sprung up all over the net. In the luxury of your own home and pj's, you can get a sermon, some hymns, community, even confession.
However, what happens if you come from a sacramental tradition?
Well, even those needs can be met online! Check this out!
You can even take communion at home! No pastor necessary...or at least not one you can see. There are some obvious concerns here, or maybe they're not so obvious.
Are there limitations on how God can bless the elements of bread and wine (or whatever you choose to use)? In other words, because a pastor is blessing the elements over the internet, from far away, and maybe even at a pre-recorded time, does that make this any less communion than we might experience at a physical church?
Is God limited by distance, time, or binary code?
Can't God's son work through our flickering computer screens just as well as our glimmering stained glass windows?