In the wake of physical distancing brought on by COVID-19, there are many examples of individuals, community groups and organisations who are pitching in to offer help and support to their neighbours. Although I am fairly certain much of this will drop off once the crisis has passed, it is nonetheless heartening to see. Churches are among those making these efforts. While some are fairly focussed on how to use technology to keep ‘gathering’, others are emphasising enabling people to help their neighbours. Of course, churches can do both, and many are. What is our church doing in Long Gully? First, we’ve adapted our People’s Pantry food program to make it as safe as possible without cutting off an important source of food for…