The early church kept the Sabbath.
As a follow-up to earlier posts showing that early Christians kept the Sabbath, here is an interesting quote I came across.
“Then the spiritual seed of Abraham fled to Pella, on the other side of the Jordan, where they found a safe place of refuge, and could serve their Master and keep his Sabbath” – Eusebius’s “Ecclesiastical History” Book 3, Chap. 5
According to Eusebius, the early Church fled Jerusalem, just before the Romans attacked and destroyed the City circa 66-70 AD.
This reinforces the truth, that the Sabbath still was valid to believers after the death of Christ, and is still valid today.