A Congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church

The Most Radical Thing I Do

I go to church.

To get there I pass through the shopping center, on its busiest morning of the week. The sports fields are crowded with players and spectators, the park run friends in their shorts and tees mingle with the lycra-clad cyclists, crowding the cafés. If you know where to look, you can sometimes catch glimpses of the yoga and meditation session in the community room. As I pull out into the dense traffic the world is full of people running errands, visiting open-air markets, piling into Bunnings, travelling to and from visiting family and friends.

Meanwhile, I go to church. Why?

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