1 April, 2010 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

The service in the evening of Maundy Thursday is a traditional one. During it we commemorate the last supper in our communion, and also re-enact Jesus washing the disciple’s feet. The washing of feet is done symbolically by the priest. A few people will have been asked beforehand if they mind having their feet washed – it is not compulsory or universal. We will also strip the altar. This is always done on Maundy Thursday. All decoration and church artefacts are removed from the church to bring us to a state of bareness for Good Friday. This will be done at the end of the communion. It is moving to see everything taken away as we watch in silence with Jesus. We leave this service in silence