The English word "Maundy" comes from the Latin word mandatum, which means "commandment." On Maundy Thursday, we commemorate the Last Supper where Jesus foreshadowed his impending death and resurrection in the breaking of bread (his body) and pouring of wine (his blood). At this meal on the night before his betrayal, Jesus gave his disciples a new commandment—to love one another as he had loved them.
Be a part of a unique worship experience that offers meaningful engagement with scripture, worship, and one another. We will gather in homes throughout metro-Atlanta for Maundy Thursday home worship on Thursday, March 29 from 7-8 p.m. Each site will use the same order of service to guide worship, concluding with the sacrament of communion.