Much of our summer has been hot and dry – one we will remember for years to come (unless climate change does indeed mean that every summer is like this). It has also been memorable for us as a fellowship as more than I can remember us doing over the past 10 years, time has been spent with each other, enjoying each other’s company: growing and learning together.
An away day at Lichfield. An outing to Weston-Super-Mare. A residential trip for our young people. And all the other things we do together more regularly. It has been good. And it is important.
Psalm 133 says:
“How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!
It is like precious oil…”
These times are important. They strengthen us and bring us together. As Christians it is pretty obvious that we need to believe, but it is also so important that we belong.
We should do more things together!