Two theological distinctions mark the way we celebrate the Lord's Supper here.
First is the frequency of the Supper.
We observe communion every Lord's Day.
The earliest Christians broke bread on the first day of the week (Acts 20:7),
and we seek to do as well,
Second is the universality of the Supper.
All believers are welcome at the table, regardless of denominational affiliation or theological persuasion,
It is the Lord's table, not ours. He invites; we respond.
An open and inclusive table fellowship practice was a regular feature of the earthly ministry of our Lord and a visible expression of the unity of the Church. So may it be today.