Maundy Thursday Soup Supper & Worship
April 6 @ 5:30 p.m. MDT
In his final night with his friends and followers, Jesus shows the fullness of his love by removing his robe, kneeling, and washing the disciples’ feet. Violence is at the door and betrayal is at the table, and yet, Jesus’ response is abundant love.
As he makes his way around the room, Jesus comes to Simon Peter who protests, “Lord, are you going to wash my feet?”
Emphatically, Peter initially rejects Jesus’ act of love. Like Peter, we may also question if God loves us and will care for us, even at the brink of death.
In these final hours of accompanying Jesus to his grave, can we seek a posture of trust? Can we allow ourselves to be embraced and loved—by our neighbor and by God? Will we care for one another, washing each other’s feet as Jesus commands? In the turbulent events that are to follow, will we remember to show our love?
Join us for a simple soup supper (sign up here) and service of worship at 5:30 p.m. in Room 1. This service will be in-person only.