Map for Passing the Sacrament

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Map for Passing the Sacrament

Postby davidbowmanbyu » Mon Jul 27, 2015 1:25 pm

We have recently had a big turnover in Aaronic priesthood and we had been taking for granted that everyone knew how to pass the sacrament. After a couple of weeks with a bit of a mess on our hands the new deacons quorum president asked me as an adviser to help them with a training and map. I put this together and wanted to share as googling didn't find me much.

Excel version so you can adapt and change for your ward and a PDF so it can just be printed.
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Re: Map for Passing the Sacrament

Postby sbradshaw » Mon Jul 27, 2015 4:05 pm

I remember making one of these maps back when I was deacons quorum president!
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Re: Map for Passing the Sacrament

Postby johnshaw » Tue Jul 28, 2015 2:25 pm

I remember ours fit on a 3x5 index card.
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Map for Passing the Sacrament

Postby ben2004 » Sun Apr 02, 2017 1:37 pm

Here is another map for passing the sacrament. This includes a 9 person map with 8 normal routes and one Gluten Free route. It is recommended for larger wards with members who are Gluten Intolerant/Have Celiac Disease. Click on the link below

If you have a google account and you would like to make a copy to delete the gluten free route or adjust it to your wards needs, click on the link below:

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Re: Map for Passing the Sacrament

Postby tazamin » Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:13 pm

When the excel spreadsheet just isn't enough... Here is an upgraded version of the sacrament routes.

I have attached both the hard copy (PDF) and soft copy (PPT) so that you can edit and modify. We have a unique 50-year-old chapel, but the concept remains the same and the same routes could be used even if the chapel layout has some small variations.



P.S. In addition to the routes, I have provided two additional pages that contain the majority of the instructions from Handbook 2 on the sacrament (I just removed some specific direction to the bishop like don't have a solo for the sacrament song.) I purposely separated these last two pages out so that they will be on their page (front/back.)
Sacrament Route Map - January 2018 (V1.0).pdf
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