Trinity United Reformed Church St Albans
Jesus was well known for sharing
meals with friends, and strangers and
At this time of year we especially
think about the meal which we call the
Last Supper, the last one he shared
with his friends and followers before
he was arrested.
It was the time of the Jewish celebration
of Passover, when Jewish people
remember how God helped them
escape from slavery.
His friends organised a special
Passover meal, and Jesus took the
opportunity to talk to them all about
what would shortly happen to him.
He knew they would need a special
way to remember him, and to try to
understand why he was going to allow
himself to be arrested, and to die.
We still share a meal in churches today, known as Communion, or Mass or
the Eucharist, when we, as friends of Jesus, remember him.
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