My wife has left to pick someone else's Bible Study half an hours drive north of us to bring them to the KH 20 minutes south of us, and pick up two other people on the way.
This is the first Memorial in 34 years that I won't be at the KH to "celebrate".
If I want to "remember" Jesus Christ sacrifice and his command to keep doing so, I'm doing so on my own terms. Not controlled by a despotic, oligarchical GoBo which directs most attending folks to be there but to "skip" the very thing Jesus command explicitly mentions to do. I'm also convinced that it doesn't have to be exactly on the same lunar month evening as the Jewish passover, but that "whenever" it is commemorated by someone, with faith in Christ, and belief in his promises it would be best to do it not for show or for the sake of appearances but sincerely out of one's feeling of "communion".
If you are a Christian believer are you going to the Memorial this year?
If you are celebrating differently then when and how often do you celebrate Jesus last supper before his sacrifice?
If you're not a believer does it irk you to have other folks talk about this or can you let it go without nasty comments and accept someone else's right to believe or not believe in something even if it seems wrong to you?