I was having a look at the website for the Old Regular Baptist Church as they have come up a little in discussion in here in recent times. What I was surprised to learn was they they as a denomination have a monthly meeting for the local congregation, and on other weeks members can visit other congregations for their local meeting. It did not say how this practice began, but I would like to see how the original congregations came to the style of meeting as they did, I am sure there must be some interesting history there. The other question being, is this idea repeated in other Baptist Churches? I do not believe it is the case in the SDB where that has happened, although in an area where we are isolated, it could be a possibility that if it was once monthly memebers could travel for a meeting. Does this occur in other Baptist Denominations?