Category Archives: Lord’s Supper

Maundy Thursday: “Preparing for a Culinary Feast.”

The following sermon excerpt is from a Maundy Thursday sermon I preached on Mark 14:12-26. The title of the message is: “Preparing for a Culinary Feast.” A lot of preparation goes into a culinary feast. The grocery stores will be … Continue reading

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The Pilgrim’s Meal: Christ is both Host and the Main Course

The Lord’s Supper is a feast that nourishes Christian pilgrims to exist in a world that is determined to live as if God were dead.  As Jesus’ followers heed our living Lord’s invitation to come and eat of his very Body and Blood … Continue reading

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Communion Hymn (Behold the Lamb) — Stuart Townend

The Christian Church celebrates Maundy Thursday today. On this day Christians remember, not only Jesus’ selfless act of washing his disciples feet, but also remember (and observe!) Jesus’ institution of the Lord’s Supper, “Do this in remembrance of me.” Essential … Continue reading

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