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It is, it is! This is communion. That is the altar rail you are behind. The pastor is blessing the wine stein. If you want a drink, go to the church around the corner where the new restaurant has been established.
Great! If it isn't, it should be! Where two or three believers are gathered, there's the church!
We have a very upbeat church, with many life groups but no cliques. We are all supporting one another, and we have every nationality there is, and love and pray for each other. No judgments just support for so many missionary endeavours. I've gone to church every since I got my Cradle Roll Certificate, which makes it over 70 years and I have never before felt so comfortable and loved. You need the new generations to put new life into it, and how are they going to feel welcome if we are only sitting in judgement on them and not loving them and including them with all their new ideas, that I'm sure do not offend God. The joy of the Lord is my strength, put some happiness in the mix.
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