Currently my wife and I attend a non-denominational church that a friend of hers invited us to. The service begins with a song or two, and then the worship leader invites others to "turn to those around you and greet them." This, of course, consists of handshakes, and in the case of some folks, hugging. I am not a big "people person," so this practice kind of turns me off, although my wife thinks it's great. The few Baptist churches I've been a part of ( 2 SBC and 1 not sure what flavor Baptist it was ) never did this. I was just wondering if this was just a nondenominational type of thing, or if there are Baptist churches that practice this as well, but I've just never been in one of those (yet)? Thanks in advance for your input.