Traditionally we gather together in the evening on Good Friday to eat a light meal together. The meal usually consists of bread, cheese and fruit. Following the meal we move into the church sanctuary for a time of remembrance of all that Jesus, our Savior, went through to purchase our freedom by becoming the perfect sacrifice for our sins. The service concludes with the sharing of communion together and then those who want to, take turns washing each others feet as a symbol of humble service and love for each other; the men going to one area of the church and the women to another, remembering Jesus’ act of love to His disciples on the night He was betrayed. The symbolic act of foot washing has become a very meaningful part of the service for those who choose to participate.