The sacrament is a sacred ordinance in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. In the first meeting, a blessing is given on the bread and water by one with authority. There is a different prayer for each. The bread’s blessing is as follows.
“O God, the Eternal Father, we ask thee in the name of thy Son, Jesus Christ, to bless and sanctify this bread to the souls of all those who partake of it; that they may eat in remembrance of the body of the Son, and witness unto thee, O God, the Eternal Father, that they are willing to take upon them the name of thy Son, and always remember him, and keep his commandments which he hath given them, that they may always have his Spirit to be with them. Amen.” (Book of Moroni 4:3)
The bread represents the Jesus Christ‘s body, and the water represents the blood of our Savior Jesus as he died for us. By taking the sacrament, Mormons are promising to remember their Savior in everything they do, to remember how Christ suffered for each of our sins. It is also a renewal of the covenant made at baptism.