Below the large pulpit is our little communion table. Once a month, we have bread and wine to remind us of the sacrifice of Jesus at Calvary.
We believe that Jesus died in our place, paying the price for our sins, so that we might go to heaven when we die. The bread and wine do not turn into flesh and blood, they are just symbols.
The two chairs are for the people leading the Communion. In our chapel, anyone can do this, not just the pastor. No believer is more important or qualified than any other.