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Maundy Thursday, April 13th at 7:00 PM
Union Service of Tenebrae with the
First Congregational Church of Ansonia
On the Thursday evening before Easter, we invite you to join us for worship here in our sanctuary to celebrate the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper on the evening when Jesus celebrated the Passover with his apostles, his last supper, and when he talked about the bread and the wine of the Passover meal becoming his body and blood. Also in that meal, Jesus issued a new commandment to his followers, “Love one another as I have loved you.” Maundy is the English form of the Latin word meaning commandment and so this Thursday before Easter is called “Maundy Thursday.”
In our service on this evening, we will also celebrate the Order for
Tenebrae. Tenebrae is the Latin word for shadows. On Maundy
Thursday following the Last Supper, Jesus was betrayed and arrested
and the story of Jesus arrest in the garden is read by the laity
of the church as candles are extinguished and the shadows lengthen.
The Maundy Thursday service is a deeply meaningful worship
experience that reminds us of the sacrifice of Jesus that made Easter
possible. Take some time to join us on Thursday evening as we
listen again to the commandment, “Love one another as I have loved you.”
The Rev. Dr. James Tudesco, Minister. 203-735-6570
Organist: Joan Coppolo
Soloist: Sandra Elkin-Randi
Send email to: Rev. Dr. James Tudesco: email@example.com