A church I used to attend is canceling worship services this morning to go out into the community and do good deeds. What do you think of this? From the Mpls. StarTribune: Sherri Kadlec won't be attending Hillside Church of Bloomington on Sunday, but she'll still be at church. She'll just be picking up litter strewn around school yards and parks as a form of service. Kadlec's church and four other congregations in Bloomington are canceling regular worship services to do charitable works in an effort to show they're living out the do-good messages they preach. Nearly 1,000 people from Bethany, Emmaus, Evergreen, Garden Community and Hillside evangelical churches plan to help their neighbors by painting houses, picking up trash, cleaning school playgrounds and public parks, offering free vehicle oil changes to single parents and hosting a basketball clinic. http://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/167441495.html I think it is wrong to cancel worship services to do good deeds. I agree with this comment (from the article): "I want more churches to serve and to do it together, but there are 167 hours a week where that can be done. So I am hesitant to cancel worshipping Jesus so we might serve in his name. I think we can do both."