The Lord’s Supper is known by several terms (synonyms): Communion, Eucharist, Mass, etc.
The Lord’s Supper remembers the suffering and death of Jesus Christ and is modeled after the Last Supper of Jesus and His disciples.
The four Gospels of Jesus Christ in the New Testament all emphasize that Jews killed Jesus Christ. This is because the Holy Bible wants every Christian to remember this Gospel Truth and teach it in the Christian church, actively and explicitly, and to remember this with their children in the home. The Gospel truth that Jews killed Jesus Christ is an essential Gospel truth, without which the Gospel becomes an “another Gospel” (see the Book of Galatians).
At every communion (The Lord’s Supper), it is necessary for every Christian to remember the suffering and death of Jesus Christ and the role that Jews played in the death of Jesus Christ. The New Testament is emphatic about the truth that Jews killed Jesus Christ. The fact that Jews killed Jesus Christ is an essential Gospel Truth, which must be emphasized and taught by every Christian parent to their children actively and explicitly, from the Holy Scriptures from the moment that children can understand language.