The advent of Covid-19 brought a range of choices and decisions that had to be made in relation to the administration of Holy Communion. The Diocese in which I live has seen some strong dictates in terms of the Administration of Holy Communion, though there have been a number of them and it has been hard to keep up, and in reality there are a number of practices which seem to have coexisted in various parts of the Diocese. For those blessed with a less than sacramental approach to life and faith, going on-line seemed to be an easy way to address the problem. For the rest of us there were some issues, and a range of approaches. These included, and are probably not limited to: Liturgical forms of ante-communion and 'spiritual communion' either on-line, by email, or by conventional mail. Gathering for the liturgy, social distancing, sanitise hands before communion, with the host administered in the usual way and The challice received by the celebrant alone on behalf of all the people. This means that the people are communicated in one kind alone. The challice is administered by intinction The use of small individual vessels are used for the adminsitration of the challice As we prepare to come out of the covid comotose there are various calls around the place calling for a more permanent change in the way we go about things. XXX. Of both Kinds. The Cup of the Lord is not to be denied to the Lay-people: for both the parts of the Lord's Sacrament, by Christ's ordinance and commandment, ought to be ministered to all Christian folk alike. I have accepted that there were changes required for the dealing with an extreme situation, and our care for anoe another requuired that we should accept some challenges. Currenty in the Church where I attend small glasses are being used, and I have managed to avoid this and communicate in one kind alone. Doctrine of Concommitance The doctrine states that since Christ is indivisible, no one part of Christ's substance can be divided. Thus, Christ's body can not be separated from his blood which means that Christ's full presence is in each element fully. There is a move afoot to move to the use of individual cups as a permanent practice, which I would regard as a problem in terms of Article 30 and historic Anglican Practice. https://www.newyorker.com/news/on-religion/will-the-coronavirus-be-the-end-of-the-communion-cup https://www.anglicancommunion.org/c...orities-of-the-anglican-communion-office.aspx https://www.abc.net.au/religion/jason-goroncy-holy-communion-and-covid-19/12129848 That is just three of a range of articles that can be found on this topic. I would be interested in other thoughts about what our future should look like in this area of our life and worship.