A G A P E
A Community of New Hope
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Learn the prophesy. All our lives we've heard that the birth of Jesus was predicted by the Hebrew Prophets of the Old Testament. Who were these prophets and what can we learn from them to help us celebrate Christmas today?
Kenneth Seeskin, emeritus Professor of Jewish Civilization and former chair of the Philosophy Department at Northwestern University will introduce us to these remarkable (and annoying!) men.
Join us on Tuesday evening, November 29 at 7:00 p.m. to hear the professor and ask him questions for our first Advent discussion program. We will gather via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87617426464.
The other three Tuesdays of Advent, on December 6, 13, and 20, we will focus on the Prophets Isaiah (actually, there were three Isaiahs) during our Zoom preparation for Christ's birth.
save the date: Friday, December 23, 1:00 p.m.
teen and family donation event
About Agape and Our Mission
Welcome to Agape: A Community of New Hope. We are an Intentional Eucharistic Community grounded in Scripture, filled with new hope as we celebrate Catholic tradition and innovative expressions of actionable faith. An all-inclusive group, we welcome the LGBTQ+ community, all genders, races, and all those who feel they have been excluded from the Catholic faith. To learn more about our community and mission, click here.
Warm hearts. At Agape, we take tithing seriously. We make sure we donate to those in need on a regular basis. Recently, the Agape community recently purchased 17 new, warm winter coats for the Community Crisis Center in Elgin.
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