We canceled our Sunday evening church service this past week because so many families weren't going to be able to come. It would have been my family and one senior adult, who sometimes comes and sometimes doesn't. So I called her and let her know we weren't going to have service that night. I also texted anyone who I thought might come, even if they weren't regular Sunday night attenders, just in case. I received a text a little after the time evening service usually starts from a family who visited our church a few weeks ago, asking if we were going to have a service. Apparently, they drove to the church in order to visit us again. I responded that I was so sorry, and that we usually do, but that we had canceled service that night. I don't like canceling services. I usually have the mindset that we should stick to the schedule, and we can worship no matter who's there. But since we "knew" that it was going to be an extremely small crowd, I made the decision to cancel. Now I regret it. I've been praying for this family since their first visit, and now I feel like we've given them a bad impression of our church. I know that God is sovereign, and that I can't mess up His plan, but I really get down on myself about these kinds of mistakes. I feel like I make so many of them that I'm not really fit to be a pastor. I mean, I know that it's a higher calling that any of us are really capable of fulfilling perfectly, but I feel like I let my church down all the time. Do you ever cancel church services? Have you ever had a circumstance like this? Or, maybe my deeper question is, do you ever feel like your mistakes are keeping your church from being who God wants them to be? How do you deal with that?