“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”—Acts 2:42
From the very beginning of the church, being the church meant gathering together. In Acts 2:42, we see the early Christians engaging in the same activities we still focus on today. These fit into two main categories: worship (including teaching and prayer) and fellowship.
Fellowship together isn’t just something we enjoy doing for the fun of it—although we do indeed enjoy it. Fellowship is actually one of the foundational activities that defines us as Christians in covenant relationship with one another.
Fellowship activities include:
· Time for coffee and snacks after worship
· Special dinners and potlucks throughout the year
· Events planned by our Fellowship Committee
· Advent and Lenten meals and services, which are often held together with other congregations
· Special groups such as Midshipmen, Men’s Breakfast, and Presbyterian women
Everyone is welcome—please join us!