Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are self-isolating and in light of the recent directions from the government, the UCKG HelpCentre is doing the most to support everyone during the pandemic. We have restructured our church meetings with immediate effect, so that they will only take place online until further notice.
We all know what we should do when it comes to taking care of our bodies – eat our fruits and vegetables, incorporate exercise into our routine, get at least eight hours of sleep, drink two litres of water, and the list goes on.
This requires discipline and consistency which, truth be told, we can sometimes struggle with. But if we value the importance of good health, we will do what it takes to keep ourselves in check.
However, as human beings we are limited. There is only so much we can do, and unfortunately, we can experience the pain of sickness, even after having done what is necessary to take care of our bodies. We then have to rely on professionals or a lifetime of taking medication to ensure the illness is managed.
What happens when our limits have been reached? What else can be done?
Have you ever considered faith as an option? A prayer could go a long way. It could act as a spiritual aid, a beacon of hope, a light at the end of the tunnel.
Why not connect to the online meeting today at 7.30pm (also at 10am and 3pm) to see how faith could go the extra mile for you? You don’t have to lose hope when your physical limitations have been reached. There is always another option.
You can attend this service online:
For more information call our 24-hr helpline on 020 7686 6000.
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