7:00 pm, 17 April, 2019

The word Maundy comes from Middle English, meaning “foot washing.”

On Maundy Thursday, we hear the story of how Jesus washed his disciples feet and shared bread and wine with them, reminding them to remember him every time they do so.

In this manner, the Christian habit of blessing every meal was born.

During this worship, we celebrate communion, have our feet washed and even confess our sins and are anointed.

You may participate as much or as little as you like. At the end of service, the altar and its surround are stripped- preparing it for the Good Friday service and signaling the end of this worship.

It is the beginning service of the three holy days, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter.

Join us. See what Hope is all about on Maundy Thursday.

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