Friday, March 25, 2011

ECV @ Agape

Come join us at Agape Church for the Homeless this Sunday, 3/27, at 8am on the second floor of Trinity Lutheran Church (on the corner of Orange and Wall).

For those of you who aren't familiar with Agape, God has been doing some pretty amazing things in and through this community, and it's been a powerful place for people from all walks of life--Yale students, high schoolers, and people without a steady place to live--to come together to encounter God. Agape has been around for 9 years this April, and ECV has been connected to the ministry for the past two years now.

Each Sunday, we gather in a circle for worship, and then we have a conversation about a particular passage in scripture, followed by prayer and a meal. People bring stories and testimonies of what God has done in their lives, and those of us who come have learned a lot about God's character from the things people have shared about their lives. Agape truly is a community that breaks down societal and spiritual walls, and is a place where I've seen the kingdom of God at work. Whether or not you've encountered faith alongside those who are homeless before, if you would like to, please consider taking the opportunity to join us in pursuing Jesus among the poor this Sunday.

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