She sat at the communion-table in her own parish-church, with many others, none of whom she knew.
They soon returned to the communion-table, and were married in tears, but they were tears of joy.
He made with his own hands a communion-table and foot-stools; the latter remain.
A tablet to his memory may now be seen on the south side of the Communion-table.
The communion-table is polished, and in much better preservation.
He restored the communion-table, and insisted on daily alms-giving.
The Communion-table bears date 1635, and there are some carved bench-ends.
The oak table in this room was probably the Communion-table of the church during the period following the Reformation.
The magnificent organ stood in the gallery over the entrance; and at the further end was the communion-table.
The chaplain enters the desk immediately under the pulpit, which, attached to the blank wall, faces the communion-table.