Maybe you've seen paintings of The Last Supper.
Maundy Thursday (April 9) is the anniversary of what those paintings depict.
At his last meal, Jesus washed his disciples’ feet, setting an example of humility that he asked them to follow. He asked his followers to remember him when they ate bread and drank wine. And he gave them a new command, to love one another.
The word "Maundy" is a variant of a word that means "Commandment." It refers to Jesus' command that we love each other.
We celebrate Maundy Thursday
April 9 at 6:30 p.m.
The church building is closed because of the coronavirus,
but you can worship with us online. About 6:20 p.m. DST go to
Visit La Jolla Lutheran Church online
Sunday 9:30 a.m. (online only)
Palm Sunday (April 5) 9:30 am
Maundy Thursday (April 9) 6:30 pm
Good Friday (April 10) 7:30 pm
Easter (April 12) 9:30 am
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Our mission statement is simple: We follow Jesus. When you arrive, you'll find kids, parents, and grandparents, all worshiping together in one extended family.
Our worship service is at 9:30 a.m. Kids are invited to worship with us and then go to Sunday School after the children's message. Worship is followed by coffee at 10:45 and Bible Study at 11:05.
Pastor Mark is the author of How to Pray for Healing (and what to do if nothing happens). His messages on Sunday will help you understand the Bible and your part in God's great plan.