Agape Meal – Love Feast

Trinity will be having an ‘Agape meal’ on Maundy Thursday, 13th April, 2017


Early Christian painting of an Agape feast

Early Christian painting of an Agape feast

Agape is the New Testament Greek word for self-giving love. In the Christian tradition an ‘Agape’ (Love Feast) is also the name for informal meals and times of togetherness and mutual sharing which remind us of all those early Christians’ love feasts and the unity that the Spirit continues to give to us.

2016-03-24 Agape

The gathered – taken at the event 2016

What does an Agape meal look like? We will eat about 6:30pm, with worship, singing, prayers and communion included. This is a full supper-time meal and we will eat and worship in the Killinger Hall (basement). Afterwards some people will clean up the meal and some will attend to the church space to prepare for the Good Friday worship.  We should be finished about 8:30pm

This will be our feast of love,
a banquet come from heaven.
Oh, taste and see and sing!
How sweet the manna given!

What a feast of love it will be.

Here’s our planned menu:

  • Meat & vegetarian lasagna
  • Bread buns
  • Vegetable sticks
  • Dessert Squares & fruit salad
  • Coffee & Tea & Drinks


MAUNDY THURSDAY 13TH APRIL 6:30 pm to 8:30pm

Sign up by Tuesday 11th April

This is a full supper time meal with worship, singing, prayers and communion included held in the Killinger Hall (basement).

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