I'm not sure if I follow the question. In reference to the Lord's Table and Supper etc. I would not get hung up of the technicalities of something along these lines. I suppose that all I can offer is the way in which we worship and partake in the Lord.
As a Church (Group of Believers) we meet each Sunday for fellowship and celebration. This includes: Praise and Worship, Word, Prayer, Fellowship time, and whatever else the Holy Spirit has in store for us on any given day.
The core church are then split down in to smaller groups that meet at various times during the week where we can share our experiences, prayer, word, visions, prophecy, worship. These are much more informal meetings where as the spirit leads we follow. Often we will break bread together.
Often even smaller groups get together and meet outside of these other groups to share a meal, fellowship, worship etc.
I believe that the Lord's Table represents time with the Lord either corporately or individually. Outside all the other meetings I take at least a hours each day just to be in the lord's presense. Time to listen and share my day with the Lord. I know that he knows everything but I know that he likes us to tell him everything. So I do.
All these activities I've mentioned could be covered by "Partaking In the Lord's Table". This is a symbolic meaning for time with the Lord.
The Lord's Supper I belive to mean more about time to remember the Death and resurection of the Lord. This could be commemorated on a daily basis or as often as deemed fit by your pastor/church leaders. There are no right or wrongs in my opinion. I believe that if we are becoming forgetful of what the Lord has done the Holy Spirit will convict our hearts allow us to commemorate this wonderful gift that was given to us. We should be constanlty remembering this anyway as this is what our salvation is all about. As a formal comermoration as a church some commemorate this on a daily basis (Roman Catholic) Others Weekly, others annually.