LIVING LAST SUPPER
Rev. Ernest Emurian, after studying the painting of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, wrote a play portraying what the disciples could have said and thought, after it was revealed to them by Jesus that He was to be betrayed “by one whose hands are on this table with mine”. Churches everywhere have reenacted this play since 1953, and it has been brought to our church by our beloved pastor, Holly Davis. It has been a tradition in her family, where even the tablecloth we used was made by Holly’s mother, 35 years ago. The Living Last Supper is presented as part of our Maundy Thursday service during the Easter season. View a video of our 2019 service by clicking here.