What is worship? Check out some thoughts by Minister Matt here:

  Worship Excerpt

Being in our initial stage of living into community together, Agape has services twice a month.  Join us for us for the Agape Service: Living in Liminal Times at 4:30pm Sunday, March 7 via ZoomOur hope with services, as with common life at Agape, is that you bring your entire self- mind, heart, body, and spirit!

Kids are welcome at Agape dinner church & services!  Our services are intentionally intergenerationally friendly for kids.  Several adults are present during services to supervise preschool and elementary school youth in doing art and other faith formation projects.  Children are welcome to participate as much as they desire or are able to in the services themselves.  Each service has a "Children's Moment" for kids :)              

Agape Virtual Services
Agape Virtual Events and Actions, open to ALL:

Virtual Ash Wednesday Service
Wednesday, February 17th at 7pm
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the 40 days of Lent as Christians prepare our hearts and minds to open to the power resurrection love at Easter, this year Sunday April 4th.

Agape Service: Living in Liminal Times
Sunday, March 7 at 4:30p.m.
Liminal comes from the Latin word for "threshold."  Says Richard Rohr,
“All transformation takes place in this liminal space.
We have to allow ourselves to be drawn out of ‘business as usual’
and remain patiently on the ‘threshold’ (limen, in Latin)
where we are betwixt and between the familiar and the completely unknown.
The threshold is God’s waiting room."
How can we live more deeply into our callings of love and service during transitional, liminal times, rather than get stuck in the natural human response of resistance?

March 21- Messy Church & Agape Trivia!
4:30p.m.- Messy Church for Children & Families
5p.m.- Agape Trivia Fun for All!

Palm Sunday Service: “Exploring Calling Through Art”
With special guest Annie Storr
Sunday, March 28 at 4:30p.m.
The story of Palm Sunday is essentially a story of “calling.”  What would compel Jesus to go into Jerusalem, knowing the fate that awaited him?
Annie Storr is a Resident Artist at Brandeis University and founder of the Art Education Department at the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC. Previously, she was head of Education Programs for the American Association of Museums, as well as Director of Arts Management at American University.

April 4- Easter Service

April 18- Agape Service

May 2- Agape Virtual Coffeehouse 

May 16- Self-Care Retreat Service

To make a love donation to support the unfoldment of Agape's vision in the world of living and spreading unconditional love, you can donate at the link below, or checks can be made out to "MACUCC" with "Agape" in the memo line (and mailed to 106 Stearns Hill Rd., Waltham, MA 02451).
Directions to Harlan Chapel at Brandeis University: Enter the campus through the main entrance, and take a right up the hill on the Loop Road onto Upper Campus.You will see signs directing you to the Chapels.  Keep following the loop road until you see the Chapels on the left hand side of the road.  The chapels will be after you pass the Abraham Shapiro Academic Complex on the right and the Heller School for Social Policy and Management on the left.  Of the three chapels, Harlan Chapel is the first chapel on the left side off loop road, and is the chapel closest to the road.  Park wherever you can find a spot close to the Chapels on the loop road.  A map of the Brandeis campus can be found here: http://my.brandeis.edu/map/