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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Nov 10, 2009.
any of the following denomination/religious group?
I object to masonry being listed as if it were a denomination. It has nothing to do with church per se.
Okay. I am not sure why I put it in....
I guess because of recent discussions.
Oh shoot! I mis-voted. I should have marked "Catholic" since I was adopted into a Catholic family but we were all saved when I was 7. However, I went to Catholic school from 7th through 12th grades. Oh what fun THAT was.
I thought you used to be Presbyterian??
I grew up Church of England, realized Christ as Saviour at 13. After Form 6, I went to a PB Gospel Hall in London and became a Baptist when I was called to ministry.
Formerly Baptist, currently Presbyterian.
Former Baptist, currently United Methodist.
We'll pray for you :laugh:
Me I have always been a member of a Baptist church, both Independent Bap, and SBC - unless you count that time, I pastored at a Free Will Bap
I pastored 13 years with the UMC and one with the Church of the Nazarene.
Well, I guess I was. I was a member of and attended a Presbyterian church from my junior year of high school and through our early married years. We were married there and attended for 13 years. But my whole family is Irish Catholic, and so early on, I was in the Catholic church and received my First Communion just before we were saved. After we were saved, we started attending a Congregational church and when we moved when I was 13, we started attending the Baptist church down the hill from my house (it was 2 buildings away from my house). But once I got involved in Campus Life/Youth for Christ, I started attending the Presbyterian church because many of my friends were attending (once again, it was within walking distance of my house). We left the Presbyterian church .... 12 or 13 years ago to begin attending our current church which is an independent Baptist church.
I put Quaker although I was not officially Quaker. However, I went to Quaker meetings a few times in high school, for about a year in college, and off and on for several years later on when I was becoming a New Ager. I met many New Agers at the Quaker House in Atlanta.
Used to be Methodist. Then I got saved and became a Baptist.
Hmmm...bit of overlap for me:
Agnostic theist 1981-1985.
Anglican 1985-1988; 2007-present.
Evangelical 1986-2005/present (-ish)
Pentecostal (Trinitarian) 1991-1997
Used to be Baptist; got saved and became an Orthodox Christian.