I was taught throughout college and seminary not to change things too quickly, especially in my first few years as their pastor. I came into the church with this mentality, not wanting to change a thing until I truly became their pastor, not just in title, but by gaining their trust. Now that I've been here for a couple months, though, I'm finding this to be more difficult than I thought it would be. I'm serving a truly willing, loving, eager group of people. It seems like they would be willing to follow wherever and do whatever I feel the Lord leading us to go and do. They're doing so much right in terms of not just doing church, but being a church. But there are a few things which could be tweaked, added, or taken away. Assuming for a moment that I'm reading this people right (which I may not be), and assuming that I actually know which areas of church life really need to be changed (which I don't completely yet), how would you proceed? Would you take the opportunity to change things quickly? Or would you still move slowly, knowing that it takes time for people to come on board, get used to change, and learn new behaviors? Or would you still wait awhile, until you've been there for a few years?