There is a woman who has been attending our church for a short time (not sure how long but I've just recently noticed her) who does something during worship that I find REALLY distracting to myself - and most likely it is so for those who sit behind her. We have two sections in the church sanctuary front to back (there are like 10 rows of chairs, then a gap then 10 more rows of chairs - the gap being an aisle that you use to go across the sanctuary) and she makes sure she sits in the front row of the second section so she has room to move. So there's her positioning. During worship, she tends to fling her arms wildly all about her - so much so that she has to move into the aisle in front of her so that she doesn't hit anyone (I've actually been cringing waiting for her to smack her husband in the head or something). The least of it is similar to when your hands go to sleep and you shake your arms to flap your hands around so you can get the feeling back. She does this above her head over and over again. In the most extreme case, she swings her arms around her head in a circle around and around and around, then flings them straight up, then shakes her hands like I described above. She does this all through worship. Now, we're a church that raises hands but this is very extreme for us. My husband told me that he believes that she had attended our church in the past and when someone spoke to her, she said it was out of her control and it was the Holy Spirit doing this in her and she wasn't planning to stop. So, how would you address this - if you would address it?? I find I need to just watch the computer screen during worship (I run the computer that shows the words up on the screen) because I get so distracted by her flinging her arms around that I forget where we are and miss the cue to change the slide. I'm sure others have the same issue. It's not a subtle thing but VERY obvious. SHOULD it even be addressed? Oh, and I've not spoken to our senior pastor about it - just my husband, so I'm not sure if someone is going to/has spoken to her again. I was just thinking about it today and figured I'd ask what you guys think.