All the fun little things we all enjoyed on a weekend. Where do they come from? The answer is you!! If you do not make Agape there is no Agape for a weekend. So start coming up with new and fresh ideas. Make more than one kind. Some one is waiting for you to Bless them with the special Agape that God has told you to make. Make enough Agape that everyone can be part of the Blessings. If you make just enough for the pilgrims, than we cannot use it. Everyone on the tables get the same Agape, not just the pilgrims.
Prayer is the most important Agape – Call the prayer chief to let them know you are ready to sign up.
How much Agape should I make?
Make at least 85 pieces – enough for pilgrims and the team. It is a good idea to make extra in case of breakage.
How should I package my Agape?
Label your container/package with the number of pieces of Agape.
Can I determine where and when Agape will be used?
The Agape Chief will accept your suggestions, but please understand that they have the final say as to where and when your Agape is used. Be sure to label your container/package for the walk, day, or time you have in mind to have this Agape used if you wish.
Are there any suggestions about what to make?
Please make only table and pillow Agape. Make it Colorful and keep it light and inexpensive.
What happens to Agape that is left over?
Any Agape left is for anyone that would like to have it.
Can I personalize Agape with the pilgrims / caterpillars and team members names?
Personalized Agape is nice; However: Be sure to have the current list of names and spell all names correctly. A quick call to the registrar, Lay Director, or check the web site for the current info.
There was a special piece of Agape that I received on my walk, should I make it?
Of course, remember what meant the most to you – It may have the same impact on someone else.
What about special Agape or gifts for the pilgrim / caterpillar I have sponsored?
Special Gifts for your pilgrim are for the ride home. NEVER LEAVE AGAPE IN A PILGRIM’S ROOM!
What about special Agape?
Call the Lay Director/Board Rep if you want to know about special needs.
What about food Agape?
Bring something that your pilgrim likes to eat. It can be fruit, cookies, candy, chips, cake. Baked items are always a big hit. Don’t forget drinks. Bottled water is always a good choice as are soft drinks. Remember meals are provided, so you should really check with the Arch Angel before bringing cooked items.
Where do I leave Agape?
There are several places that you can leave your Agape. You may leave it at Sponsor’s Hour, with the any Agape team member, in the Agape room at the camp, or one of several Agape drop-off locations that are posted in the newsletter or on the website walk page.