Oli Higham, Pastor of Rock Community Church
This week we have been reflecting on the theme of Christian Unity. Perhaps our best example of this is found in God himself. The Franciscan friar, Richard Rohr says “In the Trinity, the three must be maintained as three and understood as different from one another. Yet the infinite trust and flow between them is so constant, so reliable, so true, and so faithful that they are also completely one.” As we come to the end of this week and move into the rest of the year, may our love for one another continue to be constant, reliable and faithful. There is much beauty when we share this journey together and stand in unity across our traditions, forms and models of church. May our eyes be set on God for from him the whole body, joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in love, as each part does its work. (Eph 4:16.)
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