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Oct. 4th, 2009 at 11:26 pm
Since General Conference does not start until 12 p.m. here on the East Coast, I have taken to using the Sunday morning to visit other churches. Previously, I have visited the Quakers and the local Community of Christ congregation. This week I went to a local church we often pass whose marquee has had me wondering for years…the Church that Rocks.
It was another fascinating visit. I am not sure I have ever been to an interdenominational service before–I still don’t know what to make of it. Their check-in and check-out system for the children’s class was very elaborate; I wonder if it is standard and if our willy-nilly “drop them off in Primary” makes people nervous. There was a little speaking in tongues and interpretation thereof. I have to say, though, that the rock was more loud than hard.
It was a toss-up between the service I attended and this one. The clincher, though, was that I am intrigued with the idea of the five o’clock service–I must get a babysitter and go see what a rated M church service entails!