December 19 @ 6:30pm
This is an informal service of music, readings, meditations, as well as warm cider and sweet buns. The “love feast” is a tradition rooted in the early Christian practice of agape meals mentioned in the New Testament. Agape is Greek word for “love.” Early Christians of all social classes would come together to share food with one another as a family. As the church grew, these intimate agape meals faded out of practice until they were rediscovered and reclaimed, primarily by the Moravians, one of the oldest Protestant denominations led by Jan Hus of the Moravia region of modern-day Czech Republic. Join us in worship as we share food, fellowship, and faith.