I've always thought that the whole "communion stations" idea was a bit off. The only words I had to explain why was the idea that as Christian community we should all be moving in the same direction.
This is a far better statement: https://www.praytellblog.com/index.php/2018/06/28/amen-corner-theres-always-room-at-the-table/
Having been invited to “draw near with faith,” we are stopped in our tracks by [someone saying] “Thus far shall you come and no farther” ( Job 38:11).
Having declared that “We do not presume to come to this [the Lord’s] table trusting in our own righteousness,” we are dispatched away from it, down to the rear of the building.
This [is] ... inappropriate ... in the name of the one who [said] “Anyone who comes to me I will never turn away” ( John 6:37).
In most [places, communion stations are] unnecessary with, [enough] ministers of the Eucharist, the removal of redundant furniture and unsightly clutter, [and} ... some simple logistical planning .... At least then, even if the communicants cannot literally be at the holy table, they can draw near it and see it.
The communion procession ... is so much richer than the practical matter of getting from A to B. It is a ritual expression of our identity as fellow pilgrims on a journey to the heavenly banquet, singing as we walk.