Are the ordinances only symbolic, or, as Calvin believed, with the participation of the Holy Spirit, faith is nourished and strengthened by the ordinances? Of course if one holds to that, this would make them sacraments rather than ordinances, as this would affirm the spiritual presence of Jesus at the administration of them. But isn't that closer to the truth, rather than the merely symbolic view? Isn't Jesus spiritually present in everything we do in His name? Of course that would make sacraments innumerable, as the Quakers believed, and make all of life sacramental.