At 7.30pm – “Signs & Shadows” – a Service with Holy Communion (The Service will also include washing of feet)
Maundy Thursday is the fifth day of Holy Week – the final week of Lent, which begins on Palm Sunday and runs up until Easter.
It gets its name from the Latin word ‘mandare’, from which we get the word ‘command’. Christians remember Jesus’s command: “Love one another as I have loved you.”
This is the day when Christians remember Jesus sharing the Last Supper with his disciples before his death on Good Friday.
At the Last Supper Jesus washed the disciples’ feet as an act of humility. Foot washing during a Maundy Thursday service is a reminder of how Jesus served others and of the kind of service Christians are meant to demonstrate to others.
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