In many Baptist churches unleavened bread is used in the Lord's supper. In other Baptist churches leavened bread is used. Churches who use unleavened bread cite the example of Christ at the last supper where he used unleavened bread. This is the theological, if that is the right term, reason such bread is used. Until today I had never heard a theological reason for using leavened, or risen bread. At IBTS, here in Prague, leavened bread is used and the reason was given in the short sermon before the Lord's Supper was served. The explanation was: "Here we use risen bread because we serve a risen Lord." What are you thoughts on using leavened bread and the reason given here? As an aside they also use what they call Anabaptist Wine. This is wine made from the vineyards there were restored by Baptist and Anabaptist centuries ago on the lands of the Lichtenstein nobility. Those good folk, the Baptist and Anabaptist used this wine in their celebrations of the Lord's Supper.