On the night before Jesus was crucified, He shared the Last Supper with His disciples and washed their feet. During that evening, He commanded them, “Love one another as I have loved you” (John 13:34). The word maundy comes from the Latin word meaning “to command.” Maundy Thursday is a time for us to remember that command while specifically focusing on Jesus’s example of love demonstrated through His suffering, sacrificial death, and resurrection.
We hope you’ll join us this evening whether you plan to stay for an hour or you only have a couple of minutes. Before you leave the building, you’ll have the opportunity to be served communion (the Lord’s Supper). This is intended to be a meaningful time of prayer and reflection and is designed to be self-guided.Event Website