"There is an oral culture on the street," says [Judith Friesen-Epp]. "Almost every Sunday new people come by""They have participated in sharing time and in communion. There have been some very poignant moments," notes Judith, recalling one communion when "one of our low-income aboriginal people slid into the pew beside me to have communion with me. There is so much that separates who we are, but here we were, united in the act of communion.""In the past there was little consistency in how we would respond as a church to the people who showed up at our door," says [Byron Rempel-Burkholder]. "Now there is greater consistency and also a sense of security for everyone."