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* 1. At the 40th General Assembly, the Review of Presbytery Records Committee (RPR) debated the issue of paedo-communion — whether or at what age baptized children may receive communion (Westminster Larger Catechism Q. 177 and Book of Church Order 58-4, et al.)

To take communion, the PCA Constitution requires that one be a communicant member in good standing of an evangelical church, or that they first be interviewed by a local church session.

Throughout the PCA’s history, ordained officers (teaching elders, ruling elders, and deacons) have been allowed to hold to the concept of paedo-communion, but not allowed to practice it. This practice — of allowing such an exception to the Church's Standards — is now being challenged.

First of all, how important is this issue? In your opinion is it: