Redseahorse has a point, granted that it could be that EARLY referred to church or to the service, I still would choose "the service".
Why is that? I am going to explain afterwards. First of all, I will make some related comments.
" in the sense of old (time) church, the first churchgoes of old, etc, is more often than not used to talk about history, past events. So we get hits like "A Look at the Early Church/The history of early Christianity" and so on, related to historical events related to the churches.Church service
:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_servicehttp://standrews-petrolia.ca/what-a-chu ... e-is-like/https://www.puritanboard.com/threads/wh ... ike.55751/
The let´s go to our two meanings - along with the respective examples (that could make confusion and throw us off tracks...)
Church Early Service (the service as it was in the old times
, when the church was in its infant days):https://books.google.com.br/books?id=eL ... 22&f=false
The Letters to the Corinthians
By William Barclay
"There was obviously a flexibility about the order of the service in the early Church...the really notable thing about an early church service
must have been that almost everyone came feeling the privilege and the obligation of contributing something to it."
But we can found way more times in the following sense (that of first service of the day, or the service for the "early raisers") :http://www.firstpcrichmond.org/early_service.htm
From the site information Worship "Early in the Morning" at 8.15 a.m
Traditional Worship at 10:30 a.m.
"Early in the Morning" is our alternative to traditional sanctuary worship."
And more often than not, related to Sunday service
: https://community.ricksteves.com/travel ... -in-fussenWe would like to attend an early Sunday morning service on Easter in Fussen.
... We want to attend an early service (maybe 8:00 am) in Fussen or somewhere near as we start to drive towards Vienna. Thanks!
That is the case (of a Sunday service here), where would I get that from? Where would I confirm that?
From the very Victor Hugo writing, since the writer go on like this:
Ten years after their first Sunday togheter (implicit - after that Sunday of the early Sunday Service, or Early Church Service of that Sunday if you wish) when Quasimodo was fourteen.
We can also deduce that he was four years old when he was found in that box.https://is.jabok.cz/el/JA10/leto2013/J2 ... _12_21.pdf