He had it fitted with a chancel of cedar and a communion table of black walnut.
There were sweet flowers, he remembered, upon the communion table, and on the organ.
The communion table stood almost everywhere in the midst of the church.
You believe, do you not, Doctor, that no one ought to come to your communion table who has not first been baptized?
The communion table, which is elevated by three steps above the level of the chancel, is modern, as are also the rails.
Would you permit a member of another denomination to come to your communion table?
South of the communion table, attached to the wall as a credence table, is an Early English capital, with piscina behind.
The communion table in Jamestown in De la Warr's time was made of black walnut.
At every meeting every person present bowed reverently towards the communion table.
His remains were interred on the following Friday in the chancel of Rugby chapel, immediately under the communion table.