Synonyms for communion table

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Two men were there, behind the altar-railing, seated at the communion table.

The vicar himself was staring from the communion table at this miracle.

There were sweet flowers, he remembered, upon the Communion Table, and on the organ.

A lady pointing to the font asked, "Is that the Communion Table?"

On the north and south sides of the Communion table are raised monuments, on which are semi-recumbent figures in stone.

South of the Communion table, attached to the wall as a credence table, is an Early English capital, with piscina behind.

In a few minutes more the party arrived at the communion table and the imposing ceremony commenced.

The communion table, which is elevated by three steps above the level of the chancel, is modern, as are also the rails.

Mr. Porter offered the prayer of institution, and broke the bread at the communion table.

"I think it would look strange for a person to be going to the communion table before he was baptized," said Dorothy.