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The Thursday before Good Friday is a special day remembered as the day on which the events of the Last Supper occurred. You can read this in John 13. The name ‘Maundy’ Thursday is especially connected to John 13:14 & 34 where, after washing his disciples’ feet Jesus commands them to do the same for each other, reinforced in verse 34: “I give you a new commandment, that you love one another.” That word ‘command’ is derived from the Latin mandātum, and so also is mandate which became shortened to Maundy. So, on this day Christians have for centuries reminded themselves of this mandate we have from Jesus, to love one another, symbolised by washing each other’s feet.  Foot washing will be a part of our service this Maundy Thursday.