Friends, Welcome to Agape!
-Welcome just as you are, whether you
are feeling joyful or sorrowful, enthusiastic or pessimistic.
-Welcome to all who have no spiritual
home, need strength, want to follow love,
have doubts, or don’t believe.
-Welcome to visitors and old friends
.-Welcome no matter your immigration status.
-Welcome to grandparents, parents, children, single, and partnered
-Welcome to people of all colors, cultures, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender expressions;
-Welcome to old and young;
-Welcome to believers and questioners,
and to questioning believers.
-Welcome no matter your religious or spiritual background.
Welcome to everyone!
-"Agape” is a Greek word that points to the unconditional love the Divine has for us. It is the love that we are called to have for each other- a love that welcomes and embraces all, and that reaches out in compassionate service.
At Agape, we:
Love God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength through music, worship, and contemplative, spiritual practices;
Love our neighbor as we fully love ourselves;
Love and care for the earth and all of creation;
Love our youth and children, who are not only our future, but our present;
Live in service, and work to make God’s agape love and justice real;
Live, practice, and embody our faith;
Follow the way of Jesus, while drawing wisdom from all spiritual traditions rooted in love;
Welcome all people as they are, no matter their race, color, culture, creed, finances, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression;
Affirm that God loves you just as you are!
Sound like a vision that you’d like to be a part of? No matter who you are, or where you are on your journey, you are welcome at Agape! Join us for our Agape “Filling Your Cup” Retreat:“Discerning God’s Will Together”: October 30 at 10:am at the Congregational Church of Weston, 130 Newton St. Weston MA 02493. Our services are intergenerationally friendly and we love and welcome children! Find out more at our upcoming events page. You can read more here on the vision or story of Agape: