Maundy Thursday is a day when we remember a number of events, specifically, the institution of the Last Supper, The betrayal, agony in the garden, arrest, and trial. Maundy comes from the Latin word “mandatum” meaning “commandment” as on this night Christ gave us a new commandment: that we love one another as He has loved us. Maundy Thursday is the Thursday before Easter, commemorating Jesus Christ’s Last Supper and his washing of his disciples’ feet. Join us for this special service; we will incorporate washing of the hands as well as washing of the feet during this service. (both are optional).