Any thoughts on whether Communion should be served from an altar? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think most Reformed churches have not used altars because they may suggest a sacrifice. But say, for instance, a church used an altar to show that the Supper is a sacrifice of praise? In some cases, altars have similar or identical constructions to tables, and vise-versa. So does it really matter or is it just semantics? Also, does anyone know of any Reformed bodies that have used altars (besides, for instance, the Anglican tradition)?