The PCA’s 40th General Assembly recently answered an amended version of Overture 30 (“Regarding Intinction”) in the affirmative. The overture seeks to revise the “Book of Church Order” (BCO) 58-5, stipulating that “As Christ has instituted the Lord’s Supper in two sacramental actions, the communicants are to eat the bread and drink the cup in separate actions.”

Should the BCO amendment be passed by two-thirds of the denomination’s presbyteries, intinction (dipping the bread into the wine) will be deemed an “inappropriate method for observing the Lord’s Supper.”

What are your thoughts: Is intinction an appropriate way of observing the Lord’s Supper? Please share your opinion here.