communion table

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the table in Christian churches where communion is given

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On the communion table a heavy tome was filled with page after page of solid squares, 'starless and Bible-black'.
The new chairs, communion table, lectern and suspended cross provided by Treske contribute in a very significant way to the overall feel of hospitality and warmth in the modernised space.
In one sanctuary renovation in which I was involved I urged that our communion table look like a table-altar.
Well, I see a Methodist church in Cornwall has ripped out the pulpit and removed the communion table to make way for a skateboarding ramp.
It is hardly revelatory to note that Protestants replaced the altar with the communion table, or that with the coming of Protestantism, Latin service books all but disappeared.
There is nothing miraculous about a communion table.
The high altar was set aside and the communion table (which still survives) dragged forward closer to the congregation.
The sanctuary is uniquely shaped as the Discipleship of Christ tradition calls for this sacred space to be set up with all people in equal distance from the communion table in the center of the room.
They also may have started the tradition of putting flowers on the Communion table at church, added Jodie Martinson, a member of the Historical Society's program committee.
My religious teaching has always been that the Church welcomes all baptized to come to the communion table as equals.
And I continue to consider these questions more since my experience at the Liberian Communion table at Monrovia United Methodist Church in April 2006.
CLEVELAND -- Lutheran Bishop Marcus Miller and United Methodist Bishop John Hopkins stood on either side of the Communion table Jan.
One day my mother and another colored sister waited until all the white people had, as they thought, been served, when they started for the communion table.
You would find Anglicans all over the map with respect to abortion or stem cell research or Iraq, but we all go to the communion table together and receive the body and blood of Christ and find our unity there.