Soup Suppers will conclude on Thursday, April 2, with our last Lenten meal at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Center. We follow with prayerful evening worship at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary, observing Maundy Thursday and Jesus’ Last Supper – when he gave his followers a new covenant of God’s enduring love in the form of Holy Communion, and a new commandment to “love one another.”
You are welcome to bring a crockpot of soup to share, or just come and have fellowship with us!
Worship will include the washing of feet, when we remember Jesus’ example of servant leadership. The service concludes with the dramatic stripping of the altar, an emotional scene when we face the starkness of death and what it meant for Jesus to make this ultimate sacrifice.
“Maundy” comes from a Latin word linked to “command.” It refers to this new commandment Jesus gave — and it guides us today!
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