You may want to follow the tradition of the Love Feast from Methodism. From Discipleship Ministries (umcdiscipleship.org):
The Love Feast or Agape Meal is a Christian community meal recalling the meals Jesus shared with his disciples and friends during his ministry and expressing the koinonia (community, sharing, friendly association building) enjoyed by the family of Christ...The Love Feast may also be followed by a full meal, in which case persons or families may bring dishes of food for all to share. During the meal there may be informal conversation in Christian fellowship, or the leader may direct the conversation by suggesting matters of mutual concern, or there may be spontaneous witnessing and praise. If there is food left over, it may be taken as an expression of love to persons not present.
Order of the Love Feast
Optional hymn: Jesus We Are Here (youtube version from Bothwell Farai Chikosi) Prayers: One or more people may pray aloud with all responding Amen or other responses as the Spirit moves.
Prayer from John Cenick: Be present at our table, Lord; Be here and everywhere adored; Thy creatures bless, and grant that we May feast in paradise with Thee. Amen.
The following prayer by Charles Wesley was written especially for the Love Feast and recommended for use at all Love Feasts by both John and Charles Wesley. Creator of earth and heaven, Thy hungry children feed, Thy grace be to our spirits given, That true immortal bread. Grant us and all our race In Jesus Christ to prove The sweetness of thy pardoning grace, The manna of thy love. Amen.
Scripture Reading (from The Voice Bible) What if I speak in the most elegant languages of people or in the exotic languages of the heavenly messengers, but I live without love? Well then, anything I say is like the clanging of brass or a crashing cymbal. 2 What if I have the gift of prophecy, am blessed with knowledge and insight to all the mysteries, or what if my faith is strong enough to scoop a mountain from its bedrock, yet I live without love? If so, I am nothing. 3 I could give all that I have to feed the poor, I could surrender my body to be burned as a martyr, but if I do not live in love, I gain nothing by my selfless acts. 4 Love is patient; love is kind. Love isn’t envious, doesn’t boast, brag, or strut about. There’s no arrogance in love; 5 it’s never rude, crude, or indecent—it’s not self-absorbed. Love isn’t easily upset. Love doesn’t tally wrongs 6 or celebrate injustice; but truth--yes, truth--is love’s delight! 7 Love puts up with anything and everything that comes along; it trusts, hopes, and endures no matter what. 8 Love will never become obsolete. Now as for the prophetic gifts, they will not last; unknown languages will become silent, and the gift of knowledge will no longer be needed. 9 Gifts of knowledge and prophecy are partial at best, at least for now,10 but when the perfection and fullness of God’s kingdom arrive, all the parts will end. 11 When I was a child, I spoke, thought, and reasoned in childlike ways as we all do. But when I became a man, I left my childish ways behind. 12 For now, we can only see a dim and blurry picture of things, as when we stare into polished metal. I realize that everything I know is only part of the big picture. But one day, when Jesus arrives, we will see clearly, face-to-face. In that day, I will fully know just as I have been wholly known by God. 13 But now faith, hope, and love remain; these three virtues must characterize our lives. The greatest of these is love.
Personal Witness Share ways in which you have loved others and that you have been loved by others and God.
Passing of the Bread and Cup The bread and loving cup is passed from person to person. Each person may be invited in passing to share what meant the most to them from this scripture reading. The leader may receive last and close with a few words or a short prayer.
Closing Prayer with Blessing YHWH bless you and keep you; may YHWH's face shine on you and be gracious to you; may YHWH's face turn toward you and give you peace. from Numbers 6:24-26 Amen. * YHWH is the holy tetraggram, God's name, given to Moses. It is indicated in scripture when you see LORD in all caps.