Max Samuels '15
Student Director of Language in Motion (LIM)
Major: Theater and Chinese
Hometown: Westport, TNRead the full interview
Agapé is a community at Dartmouth College of believers who encourage each other to continually seek out and depend on Christ through Bible studies, fellowship, praise and worship, and prayer.
In Greek, Agapé means divine love, i.e., God's Love. It is the unconditional commitment to God's highest for the one being loved, regardless of personal cost. Our fellowship seeks and strives towards that degree of brotherhood and sisterhood in which we will demonstrate unconditional love for one another. We are a self-supported, student run group that has been in existence since 1994 in order to provide a time, a place, and a group in which Christians on campus can come together to show and build upon their love for Christ. Agapé is always expanding and hoping to reach out to the entire Dartmouth community.
Please join us in our weekly gatherings! Everyone is welcome!
The Large Group Fellowship meets every Friday at 4:30pm in the Fahey-McLane Basement Lounge, usually followed by dinner together at '53 Commons. Besides large group, Agapé also holds Tuesday Night Prayer in Rollins Chapel every week and organizes small groups to further reflect, pray, and study the Bible. Every term, there are opportunities for fellowship and outreach during various social events and retreats. Please contact Agapé for more information on the term's events.
Last Updated: 8/6/13