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faith-the tour

Some friends and I have decided to attend a different religious/spiritual service every Sunday, in an attempt to find a place where we feel at home. We take turns picking the service we attend.

Today, we checked out the Universalist/Unitarian service, my first pick. Of the four of us who went today, I seemed to like it the most. I've wanted to attend a service there for years, but it took having people to go with me to take the chance.

The people are friendly, today's sermon was a good message that seemed to normalize challenges faced by a young congregation as well as people early on in their spiritual development. I plan on returning whenever our schedule permits.

Next week, it's Sharon's pick, and so far she's leaning toward a christian church on the west side of town. We'll see what next Sunday brings, other than the Superbowl.

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vagabondshoes
Jan. 31st, 2006 12:57 am (UTC)
The one I went to was really annoying...I think they were open and welcoming, but I don't remember for sure. What I do know is that the whole audience (congregation??) stood up and swayed with their arms in the air for WAY too long with the christian/churchy band that played.