Background: Family has been attending church approximately four times, with several months in between the first two times and the second two. We have attended four morning services, two evening and two Wednesday night sevices. We joined, liking every aspect of church. The following Sunday after joining these events traspired in this order. 1. Sunday School (first time any of us went to their Sunday School) Wheels off, to say the least. Learned nothing, main problem was difference in styles, I like open discussions and preaching left for the Big Church Time. 2. Nusery worker said of my five month old daughter, "Does her mother stay at home?" I said, "yes, yes she does", She replied "Oh that's her problem then". Nusery worker explained to me before I left my daughter with her that she was a professional. Before church services began, the staff in the nursery switched out and my daughter was fine for the rest of the time, they just gave her a bottle and she went to sleep. I told the professional about the bottle prior to walking out before Sunday School started, that's when she said that she knows, she does this for a living. 3. Son's Sunday School teacher told him that if he wanted points he would have to start wearing a collared shirt and a tie and bring his Bible to class. He wears khaki slacks and a polo, like his dad. He always brings his Bible. Why the need for the tie?? 4. The icing on the cake: The pastor knows nothing about me, not where I work, not what I do, nothing, he hasn't asked and I haven't volunteered it. I was in a situation where it was just he and I, and he asked me if I worked hard this week, I said "Yep, as always" then he said, 'So how much money did you make this week?" What an odd question I thought, I stopped, he was straight faced waiting for a reply, I just said, "I'm just rolling in it at home". That was the strangest thing I ever had someone ask me, but I will let you respond with what you think before I tell you what I think. Now, after my first visit to the church, the pastor came out to the house, I live in a mobile home (double wide mind you), so it is way flashy and a straight up phat crib. I am not ashamed of my home, but to be honest, if I had a lot of money, I probably wouldn't be living there. So, what are your thoughts, what do you think about this? Am I just reading too much into everything?