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The minimum requirement to observe the Lord's Table by eating the Lord's Supper is on the first day of the week and not on any other day of the week. This is what we read in the Word of God. The maximum number of observation of the Lord's Supper is not specified in the Word of God.
I agree that we can worship the Lord via the Lord's supper as often as we meet (1 Cor 11), and not just once a week.
My question to you is this. How do you know that the reference in Acts 20:7 is intended to be a pattern for the first day of the week for the rest of history? 1 cor 11 simply says "when you come together". Christ himeself instituted it on a Thursday. How can we be dogmatic that this should be done on the first day of the week?
Again, as in other threads, I don't necessarily disagree with you practically, but I think if we are going to say that scripture tells us this, or if scripture tells us that, we need definite Biblical logic.
Just because the apostles did it on Sunday in one instance in the book of acts does not make it a rule.
Early Christians gathered together every day to have fellowship and breaking the bread. Later sunday was followed by those christians, which we are paracticing now. If society is not against us, don't you feel that it is good to follow.