King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table reveal a biblical way of holding church meetings.
1) The knights set at a round table so that no one, not even the king, could be at the head of the table and everybody could be involved as equal participants.
2) The knights had committed themselves to live by a moral code known as the Code of Chivalry. Unlike many who call themselves Christians, King Arthur’s knights put moral principles and moral commitments above their personal desires, needs, cravings, or whims.
Church shines brightly when people committed to consistently follow and obey Christ meet as lights of the round table — a body of believers gathered together without hierarchy (see Matthew 20:25-28) where the living, resurrected Jesus Christ, as Head of the church, is allowed to shine through anybody present as they freely teach and minister to one another as prompted by the Holy Spirit.