Have you ever wondered why they call it "Maundy" Thursday? In Latin, Maundy means "mandatum" (which is where we get the word, mandate). Maundy Thursday is significant because it's a time to reflect on Jesus' Last Supper with His disciples (John 13-17), in which He gave them a new command (mandate) while He was washing their feet, to "love one another as I have loved you."
This is going to be a really special, relaxed, relational evening (if the weather is nice, we'll be outdoors around a fire) talking and having conversation about the Last Supper and the significance of that evening. We'll also have an interactive time of Communion remembering and reflecting upon Jesus and the salvation He secured for us by His body being broken and blood being shed, all for you and me. Wow!
Come join us! For questions, contact Drue at email@example.com or 404-906-9117.