The Communion / The Last Supper:
According to Bible, The Last Supper is the final meal on a Thursday night that Jesus shared with his disciples in Jerusalem before his crucifixion on Friday. During the meal, Jesus predicted that one of his Apostles would betray him. Judas was specifically identified as the traitor. In the course of the Last Supper, Jesus breaks some bread, says a prayer, and hands the pieces of bread to his disciples, saying "this is my body." He then takes a cup of wine, offers another prayer, and hands it around, saying "this is my blood of the everlasting covenant..."
Portrayal of bread as the body and wine as the blood signifies the flesh and blood existence of our own bodies. Breaking of the bread has to be understood in terms of getting out of our own intense identification with the body (thus forgetting our true nature). Christ's resurrection three days after crucifixion (on Easter Sunday) signifies the fact that soul is indestructible and even after the body falls, our astral/subtle bodies remain. For souls, who are not under the bondage of sin (karma), this is the beginning of a new life (though death is not a pre-requisite for it, as evidenced in the life of several living masters). Such states are mentioned in various names in various traditions like for example, as Salvation, Moksha (Liberation/Freedom), Nirvana (state of emptiness), etc.