We waved palms and shouted HOSANNAS to the Lord on this Palm Sunday. Our parishioner, Val Bowser, wrote words to a hymn by Ralph Vaughn Williams to celebrate Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem: Jerusalem, He comes today, Our long-awaited King, Our palms we lay along the way, As we lift our voices and sing, Hosanna, Hosanna, Hosanna to the King, Jesus, what will be the price you pay, To lead us as our king? Hosanna, Hosanna, Hosanna to the king, Jesus, what will be the price you pay, To lead us as our king? After the service, under the leadership of Fr. Ron Feister, we celebrated the traditional Jewish Seder meal. The Seder meal and Passover observation hold significance for both Jews and Christians. The story of the exodus is told in the Old Testament and many Biblical scholars believe that Jesus’ last supper was a seder meal. This day of worship and commemoration was shared with old and new friends, alike. God blessed us with His presence as we prepare for Holy Week ahead.