Gluten Free Communion Wafers - Boxed: about 100 Wafers
Gluten Free Communion Wafers in set of about 100 9/10" diameter wafers.

Gluten Free Communion Wafers - Boxed: about 100 Wafers

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Gluten Free Communion Wafers

Gluten free Communion wafers are an innovative product that make it possible for church members with food allergies to fully partake in Communion like everyone else in the congregation. Specially formulated gluten free wafers measure 9/10" in diameter. Contains approximately 100 unleavened wafers with resealable bag.

Guaranteed fresh, these unleavened wafers are made in a dedicated bakery using positive air pressure to create a room that is totally free of contaminants. One year shelf life from date of manufacturing. Remember to store your bread in a cool, dry place in your church's kitchen or sanctuary.

NOTE: To be considered gluten free the FDA requires the gluten content to be below 20 parts per million. Gluten content on this wafer is 2.5 parts per million.


Ingredients: Gluten Free Flour Blend (Garbanzo Bean Flour, Potato Starch, Tapioca Flour, Whole Grain Sweet White Sorghum Flour, Fava Bean Flour), Water.


  • NEW: 2" x 2" Serving Pouch is preprinted to easily identify contents as gluten free. See item CCC-GFBAG for no flap, open-ended style bag that can be closed with a staple or heat sealed for tamper-proof protection.
  • Small zip closure bags keep gluten free Communion wafers safe from cross contact. See item CCC-ZIPBAG for miniature bags and optional "gluten free" labels.
  • Check out Celebrate Communion's Prefilled Communion Juice Cups -- they are the Perfect Companion Element to Serve Gluten Free Communion!

Now Even Church Members with Food Allergies Can Take Communion!

Gluten free Communion wafers make it possible for more of your congregation to safely take Communion. Baked using a one-of-a-kind recipe that avoids all common food allergens, these wafers are shipped fresh to you from our climate-controlled environment in Olympia, WA.

While still not approved for use in the Catholic church, many other churches have welcomed the use of a Communion wafer that allows congregation members to participate who may have been left out before. 

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