HOW DO YOU CELEBRATE HOLY COMMUNION?
Quite simply, we always celebrate, remember, and receive from Christ in the sacrament of holy communion together and alone. We come to the Lord, remembering his sacrifice as a part of the church and also a unique individual, created and sustained by God. There is then always the interplay and coalescence between the individual and the group in the service. The liturgy embodies and facilitates this. The priest, both set apart for service, and acting on behalf of the congregation sometimes prays alone and sometimes leads the congregation in prayer. The remembrance of the Lord's suffering and death, and receiving and spiritually feeding upon him in the bread and the wine is integrated with the proclamation and preaching of God's Word Written.
In the 1662 all of this happens in 3 recurring cycles, embodied by the liturgy, of Classically, the bishop or priest celebrate Holy Communion standing with the congregation in a physical symbolic way facing the risen Lord - the physical symbolic way manifests the actual spiritual stance of the congregation together oriented towards Jesus