Should (wine) alcohol be served in church service?
Wine should in fact be included in the Lord's Supper church service. There is no getting around the fact that Jesus used wine to represent his spilt blood at the Passover meal, and we'll drink it at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb (Luke 22:17). As we drink the wine we remember the blood that was shed for our sins. Also, Christ made wine (John 2:6-10), drank wine, and enjoyed wine. There's nothing inherently wrong with wine, as long as we govern the amount we drink. We shouldn't get drunk with wine. John the Baptist chose to not drink wine, which is perfectly fine, too. Hypocrites condemned BOTH John the Baptist and Jesus, which proves they'll condemn anyone who exposes their fake belief system (Luke 7:33-35). Quite honestly, when I'm partaking in the Lord's Supper and my only choice is grape juice, it upsets me, because it's unbiblical. No where in Scripture does it tell us to use grape juice to commemorate the Lord's sacrifice. If you want more of Jesus you'll listen to his commands without letting others influence you to disobedience.