There is a story in the Macon Telegraph this morning about an Episcopal Church in Philadelphia that was on the verge of closing because of disrepair, when lightening struck and completely damaged it allowing for insurance money to pay for its restoration.
Apart from the story, the restoration is beautiful although a modern liturgical awareness imposed on an older building, but in this case done rather well compared to what Catholics did to their older churches in the immediate aftermath of the "spirit" of Vatican II's iconoclasm of our buildings. But I digress.
The point of the pictures below is to show that even in a modern liturgical awareness of how the church should be designed liturgically, one can still have an altar railing and people can still kneel for Holy Communion.
Keep in mind this denomination has female priestesses and bishopessesses.