After the year 100 AD, the Service of the Word and the Service of the Sacrament would be joined into one service on Sunday mornings. The Agape (Love) Meal with the Service of the Sacrament fell out of practice.
The Divine Service/Mass is the Communion service of the Christian Church. It has been the practice of the Universal Church from the beginning to celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday. There never was a Sunday that didn’t have Holy Communion.
This practice of every Sunday Communion was continued by the Lutheran Reformers: "Among us the Mass is celebrated every Lord's day and on other festivals, when the sacrament is made available to those who wish to partake of it, after they have been examined and absolved" (Apology of the Book of Concord. Article XXIV. Par. 1. Kolb/Wengert).
It is Lutheran to celebrate the Divine Service every Sunday and a worthy goal to restore it in congregations that no longer have every Sunday communion.