Communion table


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Communion table

In Protestant churches, a table used instead of an altar in the Communion service.
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The Communion table can offer real assistance in a time of real need, a vital piece of post-conflict reconstruction work that nothing else can offer.
Approach to the communion table is an articulated sequence of spatial and luminous events.
To allow for more pews, Thomas Rogers reorientated the interior by 90[degrees] in 1781, rearranging the galleries and moving the Communion table and reredos into the northernmost aisle, so that the liturgical orientation became north-south, running through the centre of the portico.
By embracing this relation to the Father, the Church at the communion table is able to be united in true reciprocal communion with Christ in the sacramental gift of his body and blood.
Pianist was Jane Hobson and the flowers for the communion table were a gift from Wendy Barber.
In the year 1712, Thomas Gibson, of East Hartburn, in his will left pounds 20, "the interest thereof to be distributed to them in white bread every Lord's Day at communion table in Stockton Church or failing that to the poor present".
Well, I a Methodist church in Cornwall has ripped out the pulpit and removed communion table to make way for a skateboarding ramp.
A basket of white tulips sat on the communion table throughout the service, as they were the flowers Tennant's dad had used to woo Helen when they first met.
White tulips - the type Sandy wooed Helen with when they met - sat on the communion table.
People sit facing the cross and a Communion table laden with lighted candles.
The examining table in the doctor's office becomes the communion table, where Doctor Jesus gave you the only pill you will ever need.
Upon his return to America, the minister bought a candle and put it on the communion table of the First Presbyterian church in York, Penn.