Thirty-three years of co-mentoring Agape as a school for nonviolence and simple living have been a great fulfillment and joy. Nevertheless, as the community and its co- founders age, we find that Agape needs to evolve. We are making a specific and concrete effort to find people to become community members, who have moved beyond their college years and may be interested in living in community as long-term residents.
We are open to discerning this commitment with families, and single people in their 30’s or 40’s, who would embrace the challenge and inspiration of living in a rural setting, in a Christian Community, ecumenical and interfaith in outreach and practice. Members and affiliates, attempt to practice nonviolent love, radical and sustainable living, with other flawed yet resilient people who will persevere for the long haul.