In the WCF concerning the Lord's Supper, it mentions that only in the corporate Church body should the Lord's supper be used.
In the LBCF however it omits only partaking corporately. Basically because for people in good standing who can not make it to Church, an elder can go to them so they can partake.
In his modern Expostion of the 1689 BCF. Samuel Waldren declares that he believes that the WCF is correct, seeing how the Lord's Supper is always a Church ordinance.
During out men's group discussion on this matter. The men seemed to be split right down the middle. I for one although I certainly understand someone who is unable to get to Church wanting to partake. I still favour the WCF reading because individuals in and of themselves don't make up the local Church.
One person used a Scripture verse that said "Where two or three are gathered, there I am in the midst of them. However I believe he used this verse out of context.
Any thoughts on the issue, would be appreciated.