‘Maundy’, deriving from the Latin word for commandment, is built upon Jesus’ commandment to his disciples that they love one another. The love that Jesus invites his disciples to embrace is modeled in Jesus’ sharing of bread and cup at the intimate dinner table setting of the Last Supper.
Attempting to imitate this intimacy in the time of coronavirus, St. Lucas Maundy Thursday worship will utilize the Zoom Call platform in a series of brief celebrations of the Lord’s Supper. Each celebration will be limited to no more than 20 participants. After a time of liturgy, scripture, and prayer, all participants will be invited to break something solid (a piece of bread, a cracker, a cookie – whatever you have available), and drink from a cup of something liquid (wine, juice, water, etc), and then virtually commune together. Each service will last approximately 10 minutes.
To sign up, contact Megan Ligeti at firstname.lastname@example.org.