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Holy Week Reflections: Maundy Thursday
April 13, 2017 The Painted Door Church
The Painted Door Church - Chicago

Holy Week Reflections: Maundy Thursday

April 13, 2017

The Painted Door Church

Today we reflect on Maundy Thursday, which commemorates the Last Supper and Jesus washing the feet of his disciples. // CALL TO WORSHIP Children, come and receive Jesus Christ. He has come wearing flesh, the one mediator between God and man, offering peace with God in Himself. Take and eat and delight in fellowship with your Father. He has come drawing near to sinners, offering life to the very ones who would doubt and betray him. His life of obedience and faith is given freely, repent and believe! Drink and rejoice, Christ’s righteousness is yours! He has come taking sin upon himself, submitting to the way of the cross, crucifying and resurrecting our fallen humanity. Come and live in his resurrected life, for this is his body and blood given for you. Children, come and behold our self-giving Lord. May we trust in the true nourishment of this feast that leads to eternal life. // CREDITS Call to Worship - Carrie Thompson Matthew 26:17-30 - Liann Jensen Reflection on Maundy Thursday - Confesor Martinez "Help My Unbelief" - written by Samantha Connour Benediction - Wes Oaks music mixed & mastered by Alec Watson produced at edited by David MacKay
Today we reflect on Maundy Thursday, which commemorates the Last Supper and Jesus washing the feet of his disciples. // CALL TO WORSHIP Children, come and receive Jesus Christ. He has come wearing flesh, the one mediator between God and man, offering peace with God in Himself. Take and eat and delight in fellowship with your Father. He has come drawing near to sinners, offering life to the very ones who would doubt and betray him. His life of obedience and faith is given freely, repent and believe! Drink and rejoice, Christ’s righteousness is yours! He has come taking sin upon himself, submitting to the way of the cross, crucifying and resurrecting our fallen humanity. Come and live in his resurrected life, for this is his body and blood given for you. Children, come and behold our self-giving Lord. May we trust in the true nourishment of this feast that leads to eternal life. // CREDITS Call to Worship - Carrie Thompson Matthew 26:17-30 - Liann Jensen Reflection on Maundy Thursday - Confesor Martinez "Help My Unbelief" - written by Samantha Connour Benediction - Wes Oaks music mixed & mastered by Alec Watson produced at edited by David MacKay
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