Looking back at various situations our congregation has responded to, I see at the heart of them hospitality. I see us having centers of hospitality to continue to serve the poor and disadvantaged. A nurturing force, where people know they can come to us for care and concern. I see, for example, center of hospitality where those living with HIV/AIDS can receive a meal, nutrition to assist with the Antiretroviral’s (ARVs) capacity to work towards better health. I see prayer circles, pastoral services. There would be centers of hospitality for “teach ins” on the care of the environment, theology, women’s health, prayer and various justice issues. We would be known in our areas and villages through hospitality of heart.