Central United Methodist Church
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Endicott, New York
Central United Methodist Church, Endicott, NY
A Reconciling Congregation

Maundy Thursday
Rev. Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost
Thursday, March 29, 2018
      

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DESCRIPTION PRESENTER(s) START TIME
Prelude: In Gethsemane Sean Stafford 00:30
Greeting & Welcome Rev. Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost 01:23
Call to Worship & Prayer Bruce Bishop 02:11
"We Sang Our Glad Hosannas" Song #2111 vv.1-3 03:19
Words of Pardon & Assurance Rev. Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost 05:36
Scripture- 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 Rev. Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost 06:07
Meditation Rev Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost 07:23
Celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion Rev Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost 13:29
"Jesu, Jesu" Song #432 24:20
Scripture- John 13:1-17, 31-35 Rev. Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost 26:47
Meditation Rev Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost 30:29
"In Sorrow's Garden" Chancel Choir; Lisa Tagliaferri, Flute Solo 34:23
Constructing the Cross Bruce Bishop 38:15
"For the Bread Which You Have Broken" Song #614 39:47
Stripping the Sanctuary Chancel Choir 41:31
We Depart in Silence All 44:28

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Scripture

1 Corinthians 11:23-26

Let me go over with you again exactly what goes on in the Lord’s Supper and why it is so centrally important. I received my instructions from the Master himself and passed them on to you. The Master, Jesus, on the night of his betrayal, took bread. Having given thanks, he broke it and said, This is my body, broken for you. Do this to remember me. After supper, he did the same thing with the cup: This cup is my blood, my new covenant with you. Each time you drink this cup, remember me. What you must solemnly realize is that every time you eat this bread and every time you drink this cup, you reenact in your words and actions the death of the Master. You will be drawn back to this meal again and again until the Master returns. You must never let familiarity breed contempt.


John 13:1-35

Just before the Passover Feast, Jesus knew that the time had come to leave this world to go to the Father. Having loved his dear companions, he continued to love them right to the end. It was suppertime. The Devil by now had Judas, son of Simon the Iscariot, firmly in his grip, all set for the betrayal.

 

Jesus knew that the Father had put him in complete charge of everything, that he came from God and was on his way back to God. So he got up from the supper table, set aside his robe, and put on an apron. Then he poured water into a basin and began to wash the feet of the disciples, drying them with his apron. When he got to Simon Peter, Peter said, “Master, you wash my feet?” Jesus answered, “You don’t understand now what I’m doing, but it will be clear enough to you later.” Peter persisted, “You’re not going to wash my feet—ever!” Jesus said, “If I don’t wash you, you can’t be part of what I’m doing.” “Master!” said Peter. “Not only my feet, then. Wash my hands! Wash my head!”

 

Jesus said, “If you’ve had a bath in the morning, you only need your feet washed now and you’re clean from head to toe. My concern, you understand, is holiness, not hygiene. So now you’re clean. But not every one of you.” (He knew who was betraying him. That’s why he said, “Not every one of you.”) After he had finished washing their feet, he took his robe, put it back on, and went back to his place at the table.

 

Then he said, “Do you understand what I have done to you? You address me as ‘Teacher’ and ‘Master,’ and rightly so. That is what I am. So if I, the Master and Teacher, washed your feet, you must now wash each other’s feet. I’ve laid down a pattern for you. What I’ve done, you do. I’m only pointing out the obvious. A servant is not ranked above his master; an employee doesn’t give orders to the employer. If you understand what I’m telling you, act like it—and live a blessed life. Judas, with the piece of bread, left. It was night.

When he had left, Jesus said, “Now the Son of Man is seen for who he is, and God seen for who he is in him. The moment God is seen in him, God’s glory will be on display. In glorifying him, he himself is glorified—glory all around! “Children, I am with you for only a short time longer. You are going to look high and low for me. But just as I told the Jews, I’m telling you: ‘Where I go, you are not able to come.’ “Let me give you a new command: Love one another. In the same way I loved you, you love one another. This is how everyone will recognize that you are my disciples—when they see the love you have for each other.”