Recently my church has started a Bible study on her campus. It is conducted by one of our full-time staff members. I decided to attend it (It is not one of our regularly-scheduled corporate services.) just to see what it was all about. While I thoroughly enjoyed the Bible study and fellowship, at the end they did something I wasn't used to doing in any of the Bible studies I've ever attended. He proceeded to have a Lord's Supper commemoration. The bread wasn't unleavened, and what the observers did was to dunk the bread into a large cup in order to soak up some of its contents and then individually eat it. I felt a little funny about partaking it in that way but I went ahead and did so. Although I couldn't find anything inherently unscriptural about this (except, perhaps, the use of levened bread), I wonder if my partaking of it was the right thing to do. I haven't gone back to that Bible study since then....not that I didn't like the Bible study per se, and I don't know if they still observe the Lord's Supper in that way every meeting that they have. Was this practice of observing the Lord's Supper scriptural? Was my one-time participation in it wrong? Your thoughts about this would be greatly appreciated.