Even when I sat through confirmation class at 10 at the local Methodist Church, I was taught that Christ was "mysteriously present in the Lord's Supper". It surprised me later when I heard that Methodists did not believe in the Real Presence. It sure seemed like at least my pastor did. I also grew up in a rather Anglo-catholic church that always seemed to endorse the Real Presence but never clearly defined it. As for me, the Bible seems pretty clear that Jesus meant what he said when he said "This is my body...this is my blood" and, "I am the manna come down from heaven" and again "Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, ye have no life in you." That seems suggest more than some mere memorial service. But I have heard some point to the Articles' rejection of the Romish doctrine of transubstantiation as proof that Anglicans do not believe in the Real Presence. So, what's it to you? Do you believe in the Real Presence (what does that even mean)? Transubstantiation? Consubstantiation? Spiritual Presence? Or memorial ordinance? Or perhaps something else?