Ocepek Communion Pottery

Wheel-thrown Communion Pottery for Churches, Pastors, Visitation and Home.
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We are a family business located in Northeast Ohio, USA - just outside of Akron. We make only hand-crafted stoneware communion pottery for the Lord's Table. Our wheel-thrown (not molded) communion vessels are made with care by hand, one at a time, beginning with a lump of clay on the potter's wheel. Lead-free and safe, they are crafted with the hope that they will be used in God's service, and cherished forever.
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Full-size (Congregational) Communionware

Travel, Hospital Communionware

Chalices, Chalice and Plate Set
Upper Room drama ware
Intinction Set
Host Box
Blessing Cups
Home Communion
Pouring Chalice
First Communion Gifts
Eucharist Set
One-Piece Intinction Server
Natural (very plain design for Lord's Supper)

Specials and One-of-a-Kinds

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Rustic Communionware

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1st Communion Sets

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Communionware Pottery by Ocepek

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Congregational Communion Sets

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Portable Communion Sets

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Chalice and Paten

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