This Sunday, Cumberland Heights was able to host a Sunday service with a larger group of attendees. This inspired a discussion about connection and isolation. The pandemic has divided the world at large into pockets of solitude, which can negatively impact mental health and sobriety. It’s critical that we commune with others, for our own good. Similarly, we face isolation in the midst of addiction, and through connection, we find support and understanding. We know that the Steps are teaching us to connect with others, ourselves and our Higher Power. This isn’t just what keeps us sober – it’s what makes life worth living.