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The intinction cup method is most commonly used in a field or combat environment.
With this method, the chaplain takes the communion host and dips it into the wine or
grape juice in the chalice and then distributes the host to the communicant. (Page 30,
along or near the front corners of the altar (the side nearest the congregation).
You place the two collection plates along or near the front corners of the altar (the side
nearest the congregation). (Page 34, 3rd bullet)
a credence table prepared for a common cup communion service.
You place the credence table beside the altar to the right side of the chaplain. Cover the
credence table with a white cloth.
Place the following items on the credence table:
Two cruets (one cruet filled with wine and one cruet filled with water).
Ciborium (with small communion hosts for the congregation). (Page 35,
already contains the wine and grape juice and the intinction cup (containing the
When you place the chalice on the altar, it already contains the wine or the grape juice
and the intinction cup (containing the communion hosts), so extra caution needs to be
taken when placing the chalice on the altar. (Page 40, 2nd bullet)