Frequently Asked Questions


At the Prefilled Cup, we are committed to providing the very best service to our brothers and sisters in Christ. Below are a few frequently asked questions that we receive. Please feel free to contact us if you have a question that is not included in the ones on this page.

What is Prefilled Cup?

The Prefilled Cup wafer and juice set is the convenient way to celebrate Communion. It is portable, purity-sealed, filled with grape juice and includes a wafer.

Where can it be used?

The Prefilled Cup can be used anywhere. It has been used in the following settings:

Sanctuary, Youth Camps, Bible Studies, Shut-ins, International Settings, Prisons, Missions Field, Sunday School, Hospitals. Nursing Homes, Stadium Gatherings, Retirement Community Centres, and everywhere

What Quantities do they come in?

  • Box of 80 Cups
  • Box of 100 Cups
  • Box of 240 Cups
  • Box of 250 Cups
  • Box of 480 Cups
  • Box of 500 Cups

What is the Shelf life?

The Prefilled Cup has an extended non-refrigerated shelf-life when stored in a cool, dry area. That date of expiration is stamped on the outside of the each box. Although the product has a shelf life of 12 months.

What is contained in the Prefilled Cup?

The Cup is prefilled with 100% pure Concord grape juice and a 100% natural piece of unleavened bread.

Is the Prefilled Cup available with Alcoholic Wine?

At the present time, No. The Communion set is only available with non-alcoholic wine.

Will the Prefilled cup fit my existing tray?

YES - The Prefilled Cup has been designed to fit most standard Communion trays. After each Communion, remaining cups may be left in the Communion tray for the next Communion service. This eliminates waste and minimizes preparation time. Rotation of product should be done to use the oldest cups first.

Will the elderly have difficulty in opening the cups?

The Prefilled Cup has been designed with the cellophane lid extended beyond the foil lid to assist in opening the cup. Churches around the world have felt a new sense of “family” when asking their congregation to assist anyone having difficulty with taking Communion.