Table of Contents
- 1 What verse is the communion in the Bible?
- 2 Where is the communion table?
- 3 What chapter in the Bible is the Lord’s Supper?
- 4 What is the communion table called?
- 5 What prayer do you say after communion?
- 6 How do you pray for communion?
- 7 What kind of lighting is used at the Lord’s table?
- 8 Who should not take Holy communion?
- 9 Why did Jesus break the bread at the Last Supper?
- 10 Why do you cover the communion table?
- 11 What do you say before receiving Communion?
- 12 What do you pray for during Communion?
- 13 What prayer is said after receiving Communion?
- 14 What do you say when receiving Communion?
- 15 How do you set the table for Holy Communion?
- 16 How do you make a communion table?
- 17 What is the cup that holds the precious blood called?
- 18 What is the plate that holds the hosts called?
- 19 When should I not receive Communion?
What verse is the communion in the Bible?
1 Corinthians 11:27 Whoever, therefore, eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be guilty concerning the body and blood of the Lord.
Where is the communion table?
The strongly Evangelical church leadership decided that the table should be placed in a more forward position in the chancel and that it should be easily portable in order that it might be removed when not required for Holy Communion, to clear a space for presentations and musical performances.
What chapter in the Bible is the Lord’s Supper?
The story of the Last Supper on the night before Christ’s crucifixion is reported in four books of the New Testament (Matthew 26:17–29; Mark 14:12–25; Luke 22:7–38; and I Corinthians 11:23–25).
What is the communion table called?
The Lord’s Table
The Lord’s Table therefore plays a very important role in the celebration of Holy Communion, which is also known as the Eucharist or the Mass. The Lord’s Table (also known as the Altar or Communion Table) usually occupies a prominent place within a church, often being placed at the eastern end of the building.
What prayer do you say after communion?
I thank You, O holy Lord, almighty Father, eternal God, who have deigned, not through any merits of mine, but out of the condescension of Your goodness, to satisfy me a sinner, Your unworthy servant, with the precious Body and Blood of Your Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.
How do you pray for communion?
Lord, I thank You for allowing Communion to unite me with Your people. You are the Bread of Life, and I have come to partake of You so that I may have eternal life and so that life can be brought to Your body, both corporately and individually. Amen.
What kind of lighting is used at the Lord’s table?
Table of the Lord
|1||The big table at the front of the church||Sacramentary|
|6||Little white square that is put over the cup||Vestments|
|7||White linen cloth used to purify the vessels after communion||Purificator|
|8||Lighting used at the Lord’s table||Altar|
|9||Clothing worn by the priest at the Lord’s table||Cruets|
Who should not take Holy communion?
anyone who encourages the faithful to hate, distrust, ridicule, disbelieve or disobey the Pope or the body of Bishops by speaking about the Pope and/or the Bishops with contempt, derision, malice, hatred, or denigration. 20.
Why did Jesus break the bread at the Last Supper?
We look back in act of the Lord’s Supper to remember God’s most powerful display of salvation and love, where he gave himself for our sins. Again, the act of taking and eating the broken bread and drinking the cup of wine is an act of trust in the broken body and shed blood of Jesus for our sin on the cross.
Why do you cover the communion table?
Altars are normally made of wood or marble. The placement of a white cloth over a communion table is a sign of respect and acts as a reminder of baptismal garments, which should be kept pure until the second coming of Christ.
What do you say before receiving Communion?
The Body of Christ
Here is the reason why ministers of Communion are instructed to say, “The Body of Christ,” and not “This is Jesus,” or “Receive the Body of Christ.” This brief and humble acclamation invites all the faithful to recognize the Body of Christ in the consecrated bread and in the People of God receiving Communion!
What do you pray for during Communion?
Lord, I thank You for allowing Communion to unite me with Your people. You are the Bread of Life, and I have come to partake of You so that I may have eternal life and so that life can be brought to Your body, both corporately and individually.
What prayer is said after receiving Communion?
What do you say when receiving Communion?
The person offering the cup will say “the Blood of Christ,” and you should respond (as above) with a bow and a proclamation of your faith: “Amen.”
How do you set the table for Holy Communion?
Only properly prepared servers can set the credence.
- Place every object on the credence according to your church’s tradition.
- Add the dishes for the wine and the Host.
- Place the corporal, which is a square white linen cloth, over the altar.
- Cover the paten and the Host with the pall, which is a starched square of linen.
How do you make a communion table?
Cut the bread three times on the underside of the bread for easy breakage and place the bread on the tray. Arrange the table with food and other appliances. On the congregation side of the table, the bread is placed on the middle edge of the table and the three sets of wine trays on each side of the bread.
What is the cup that holds the precious blood called?
A chalice (from Latin calix ‘mug’, borrowed from Ancient Greek κύλιξ (kulix) ‘cup’) or goblet is a footed cup intended to hold a drink. In religious practice, a chalice is often used for drinking during a ceremony or may carry a certain symbolic meaning.
What is the plate that holds the hosts called?
A paten, or diskos, is a small plate, usually made of silver or gold, used to hold Eucharistic bread which is to be consecrated during the Mass. It is generally used during the liturgy itself, while the reserved sacrament are stored in the tabernacle in a ciborium.
When should I not receive Communion?
If we are conscious of mortal sin, then we must receive the Sacrament of Confession. Until we have done so, we must refrain from receiving Communion. Indeed, to receive Communion while conscious of having committed a mortal sin is to receive Communion unworthily—which is another mortal sin.