No, what I mean by “communist” is one who lives in, or supports living in a communal culture. And if perfectly applied, it would be totally voluntary, as it was with the early Christians.
But I don’t think Communism would work unless the “leader” were God himself. In fact, in a way, heaven is closer to communism than capitalism, at least as described in the bible.
One thing it aint is a democracy. I do not expect to be voting for “God” for a term.
There have been "many" reasonably successful religious "commune-ist" groups. Successful at least for a while. The early Puritans tried it, the Shakers tried it, the Amana communities tried it, and, as mentioned above, the "first Christians" tried it. Eventually, though, they all failed and dissolved. The only difference between religious "commune-ists" and political Communists, is that the death toll is a LOT less with the religious groups (not zero, though---I think that Jim Jones thing down in Central America was one of the religious "commune-ists").