It is official policy of the Dutch Reformed Church that the ideal of the weekly
celebration of the Eucharist as an integral part of the worship service should be
pursued by congregations. The practice of the weekly celebration of the Eucharist
is however not nearly the norm in the Dutch Reformed Church.
This research is situated within the context of a minister of the Dutch Reformed
Church who is passionate about this specific practice and takes up the
motivation for the practice of the celebration of the Eucharist as an integral part
of the worship service in the practice s connection with the fullness of life.
The ontology, epistemology and ethics that such a juxtaposition presupposes and
also engenders is cursorily discovered and delineated, and the concept of the
fullness of life is also investigated in the register of an engaged autoethnographical