We are called to follow Jesus as individuals in order to become part of a corporate body of other believers who are doing likewise, and this is the aspect of the Lord’s Supper explored here. Our individual relationship with the Lord is actually gauged by our relationship with others, and Beresford shows how this principal is even written into the Ten Commandments, and can be found all over the Bible. Right relationship with, and reconciliation to, each other is at the heart of discipleship, and therefore at the heart of church life. No-one can go it alone in following the Lord, and only in fellowship with others can He do His work of refining us and making us into those who live holy lives. The shared church meal expresses this fellowship together perfectly, a fellowship which, as Beresford reveals, finds its ultimate origin in the very Trinitarian nature of God Himself.