This summer we launched the Love Your Neighbor movement. It was a time of intentional focus on getting to know our neighbors, building relationships, and discovering our communities. We asked God to teach us to see our neighbors and give us open doors to love them as He does.
The fall season usually has a lot of opportunities to be part of your communities and love your neighbors well. Fall sports, pumpkin patches and apple orchards, cooler weather to be outside with people, holidays. COVID has changed a lot, but we can still find ways to be in our communities and love our neighbors.
Halloween is a holiday that people typically spend with their neighbors and in their communities. While traditional Halloween activities like trick-or-treating, trunk or treats, and costume parades and parties may not look normal, we want to be ready to love our neighbors by being present in our communities while people are likely going to be out and about.