A meal shared among early Christians as a symbol of love.
the same symbolic dinner among certain modern Christian sects.
A gathering designed to promote goodwill among the members.
a symbolic dinner consumed to celebrate brotherly love, especially one practiced by early Christians celebrating agape.
a banquet or gathering to advertise goodwill among the members.
a religious event, held quarterly by some spiritual denominations, due to the fact Moravians and Methodists, in replica regarding the agapæ of this early Christians.
Among the primitive Christians, a meal consumed in token of brotherly love and charity, initially regarding the the holy communion, and having in common along with it the name of this Lord's Supper. See agape, 1.
An analogous solution held at intervals by some religious denominations, once the Moravians, the Methodists, plus some German Baptists.
a religious meal shared as a sign of love and fellowship
a social gathering designed to develop goodwill on the list of members