Community in a time of isolation


Teams of people working side by side, sometimes for years on end, loving each other and those around them. It is truly a precious thing. Especially in these challenging times of social isolation, what a joy it is not only to come together and fulfill a common purpose but benefit from the relationships with other volunteers.

Just last week a group of volunteers met, after serving together on the Door Outreach ministry, for a time of debrief and prayer. One volunteer shared what a blessing it is to serve alongside like-minded people and described the bonds created while volunteering together. This volunteer noted that even after our time of fellowship here is over, we’ll have eternity to fellowship together in heaven.

Now that is something that we can truly celebrate.

~Sarah, Volunteer Coordinator

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