Final Arrangements — Maundy Thursday

two crude nails on a wooden surface
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With his last agonizing breaths, Jesus made arrangements for his mother, and from that moment, one of his disciples cared for her. How could he remember something like that in the middle of his agony? What does it teach us, who will die, but may never be crucified? Pastor Luke preaches from John 19:23–30 in “Final Arrangements.”

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Different Among You — Maundy Thursday

Bread and Wine (Communion)
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Maundy Thursday is the occasion when the church remembers the “new commandment” Jesus gave at the Last Supper for his disciples to love one another. In Luke’s biography, Jesus tells his disciples to serve one another. How does loving relate to serving? What’s the connection?

Pastor Luke preaches from Luke 22:1–27 in “Different Among You.”

A New Commandment

What is the Church? The night before he was crucified, Jesus told his disciples what they should do when he was gone. “Love one another,” he said, “and everyone will know you are my disciples.” What did he mean by that? How should we do it? Pastor Luke preaches from John 13 in “A New Commandment.”

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