As a cradle Anglican, the question of communing at other churches has always lingered on my mind but I've never really followed through with enquiring about it. As is, I understand that I cannot take communion at a Roman Catholic Church as only RCC members can commune there (something my parish priest encourages us to respect). I did take communion once in a Pentecostal church and decided quietly that I would never do so again (I was a member at the time BUT never considered myself pentecostal or charismatic, a story for another day). The only church that ACSA is in full communion with (the last time I checked) is the Ethiopian Episcopal Church so I assume I can commune there. How about Methodist, Presybeterian and other mainline denominations? Do you take communion in their churches? I'm asking this question because I was listening to Ancient Faith Radio and the priest there explained that taking communion unites one with Christ, the church and its teachings and other Christians. Does the Anglican church have a standard rule on where and where not to take communion?