In my time among you, I spoke much about love, mercy, humility, and service. I emphasized these values above rites, rituals, and rigid adherence to the law. I taught that true worship of the Father is not tied to a specific place or form but is a matter of spirit and truth.
When you look for a community to join, seek one that embodies these principles. Look for a place where love is practiced, where mercy is shown, where humility is valued, and where service is prioritized. Seek a community that encourages you in your journey towards the Father, that strengthens your faith, and that challenges you to grow in love and holiness.
Remember that no church, like no individual, is perfect. You may find differences and disagreements even within a community that seeks to follow me. But in the midst of this diversity, remember the heart of my teachings. The greatest commandment I gave was to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and mind, and to love your neighbor as yourself. Find a community where you can live out these commandments and be nourished in your spiritual journey.
As always, love each other as I have loved you.