The first Sunday of every month is Agape. (äˈɡä pā) At Judson, all believers and non-believers and maybe-believers are welcome to the simple feast. No one need participate. Agape is the meal's title and only "rule." Here we eat together, in memory and in hope. We eat during the singing and praying, as we desire. We drink either wine or juice, both of which are on the table. We recite the words that Jesus is believed to have said, reminding us to remember him. Jesus practiced radical table hospitality, and so do we. The elements of bread and wine are brought by the people, but whether you brought or not, please join the table with joy. Agape means there is plenty for all.