We seek to love each other in a way that both transcends and is sensitive to differences in age, gender, race, culture, background and life-experience. We don’t think of ourselves so much as ‘black’ or ‘white’, ‘English’ or ‘Asian’, ‘rich’ or ‘poor’, but primarily as Christians, as God’s children. We rejoice in the fact that our God is a God who delights in variety and has made us all different; so we do not try to make everybody the same. For us it is enough that we are all united by our common faith and convictions. Indeed, our unity demands that we are both respectful of, and thankful for, each other’s differences.