It is undeniable that after several years of the pandemic, Christians’ interpretation of “going church” has changed a lot. On the positive side, this is a good time to reflect on why I still “go to church” every week. Though the Bible says that the purpose of “going church” is to encourage each other to keep our faith in the Lord (Hebrews 10:25) and to worship Him (Psalm 84:4), is this what I have been most concerned about in church over the years? Am I just enjoying the superiority of criticizing a pastor’s speech onstage? Or the social life with other churchgoers after the service? What’s more, am I addicted to feeling valued or encouraged in church? The church was established by the Lord and had its divine ideals, but people manage it, and each person has their motive for “going church.” Our social distance is now restricted as if reminding me to check the social distance with the Lord. “The one thing I ask of the Lord – the thing I seek most – is to live in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, delighting in the Lord’s perfections and meditating in his Temple. – Psalm 27:4.” Even though the Lord lives in the heart of every Christian, when Christians come together, the Lord also walks together with us in His unique way. We call this gathering “going church.”