. I also personally believe that the early believers, being Jewish, were most likely attending Synagogue to hear the scriptures being read and then meeting on Sunday to have a "bible study and communion"...they could discuss what they had heard from the word the day before. So then the question would be does the actual day matter?
I can't....I'm merely giving a nod to church tradition. When they came together and broke bread (as you have shown above in Acts)has been kind of implied historically that they were setting precedent...which perhaps they were just meeting for expediency's sake and broke bread together. I know that the Jerusalem church would have still been keeping the sabbath (whether privately as a group of Christian Jews or if they were allowed to still attend synagogue, I do not know) otherwise Paul would not have needed clarification at the Jerusalem council as to how much of Jewish law would apply to his gentile church plants.Can you expound on this Ted as to where the Bible shows this happening