Holy Thursday celebrates one of the great acts of Jesus — He washes the feet of the disciples. He then commands them to “love one another as I have loved you.” This is the essence of Christ energy — to love as we have been loved. To love the way he loved. This image, a Romanesque fresco from southern France, captures the starkness of generosity and the surprise, if not shock, of receiving such kindness. Tonight at First Church we will gather at 7 pm for a time of reflection on this profound call to love one another. Music will be shared. The Eucharist celebrated. Prayers offered to God. All are welcome.