On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Holy Week we celebrate quiet and relatively short Services. Successively we read from Isaiah's "Servant Songs," poems about an enigmatic servant in whom Christians have always seen Jesus (and in whom Jesus may very well have seen himself). We also read about Jesus' high priesthood from the anonymous Letter to the Hebrews.
On Monday, we tell the story of the woman who anointed Jesus with costly perfume.
On Tuesday, we tell the story of the Greeks you wished to see and Jesus' and Jesus' final prediction of his death.
On Wednesday, we tell the story of the betrayal of Jesus by Judas. If there is a feast of "Judas," this is it.