I've read some of EWF's posts, and his situation interests me because I am in a similar one, kind of opposite, though, but not quite. Let me explain: I am a member of a tiny Baptist church which was established before the Civil War. I would say that we are conservative but not fundamentalist. We are very rural. I am strongly attached to this church, but I don't think we will be able to keep the doors open much longer. This is a very fundamentalist area, so the Baptist churches here are that. We have some liberal deniminations - PCUSA, TEC, UMC. There is a RC church, SDA, Jehovah's Witness, many Churches of Christ, many Pentecostal denominations, a Church of the Nazarene. If we do close, I have no clue where I would go to church. I don't know of a moderate or moderate/conservative Baptist church within 100 miles. I believe so strongly in believer's baptism and congregational polity that I don't see how I could go to a paedobaptist church. I am also not holiness or Pentecostal. And I'm not a church starter, either, so that would be out. There are a couple of non-denominational churches within 20 miles, but they are "full gospel". Also, I work out of the area during the week, about an hour commute round trip, so I'm too tired on the weekend to make a long drive to church. If you were in my shoes, what would you do? I should say that I am in no position to move elsewhere, either. I could maybe go to a Mennonite church, but there are none within two hours of me. At this point, I don't feel I could drive more than 30 minutes one way. I would want to be close enough to a church so I could attend mid-week sometimes.