Tag Archives: Maundy Thursday

4 poorly known Holy Week days

Last Sunday w as Palm Sunday. Christians know it’s donkeys, palm branches and cloaks well. Soon it will be Maundy Thursday, with the Lord’s Supper and the Arrest of Jesus. We know it well, too. But do we know what … Continue reading

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Footwashing? Are you sure?

Feet, with their unique toes, are marvellous and intriguing human appendages. Years ago, I easily identified my fiancee from a group of ‘hidden’ men by identifying him by his toes. When we get to know our babies, we marvel at … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday Footwashing

Consider using this family based footwashing service, or check out the other Holy Week activities in this year’s Lent at Home booklet. (Maundy comes from the Latin, “dies mandatum” which means “the day of the new commandment”.) On that first … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday or Good Friday with children

Here are a few Holy Week ideas I’ve used with children or intergenerational groups over the years. (Maundy comes from the Latin, “dies mandatum” which means “the day of the new commandment”. This Friday is considered “good” because not even … Continue reading

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