We now know that most of us will not be able to remember and celebrate Holy Week with the same traditions, gatherings, and events that we look forward to every year. Typically, many churches pray that God will use this week to draw people in so we can share with them the good news of God’s grace and salvation.
But this year, the church has left the building. And with this unexpected change, each of us has an opportunity to share the good news through our words and actions right where we are living.
Many of us have now been present in our neighborhoods almost 24/7 for a few weeks. What have you observed about your neighborhood during that time? Your observations are clues to how you can love, serve, and share the good news of Holy Week with your community. The following acts of micro-neighborliness were compiled by Resonate Global Mission Local Mission Leaders and their ministry partners: