the table used in the celebration of communion, or the Lord's Supper; the Lord's table.
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How to use communion table in a sentence
I had the communion-table set out here, right in front of the pulpit, and there they lay,—six of 'em.The Boys of '61 | Charles Carleton Coffin.
Everyone recognised the voice—it was Pearl's—and the vicar, kneeling at the communion table, looked rather disturbed.The Pagan's Cup | Fergus Hume
The communion table, which is elevated by three steps above the level of the chancel, is modern, as are also the rails.
The oak table in this room was probably the Communion-table of the church during the period following the Reformation.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Ripon | Cecil Walter Charles Hallett
At this time she joined the above church, that she might be in full fellowship at the same communion-table with her husband.Gathering Jewels | James Knowles and Matilda Darroch Knowles