Today is Maundy Thursday, the day we remember the last supper, betrayal, and arrest of Jesus. The word, “Maundy” comes from the Latin, mandatum, which means commandment. On this night, Jesus gave his disciples a new commandment: Love one another. I hope you’ll join me for our beautiful Maundy Thursday Service this evening at 7 pm. It’s a service of Communion, Handwashing, and the Passion Story which offers a special opportunity to experience the drama of Holy Week
I’m glad to be on this year’s Lenten Journey with you. For me, this season has been (and continues to be) a chance to check in with myself and our community about how we’re feeling (hence, doing) as we pass the one-year anniversary of living within the challenges and confines of a global pandemic.
I can’t believe it’s been a year. It’s hard to fathom that we’ll be celebrating another Easter online. Or that we haven’t touched or hugged in