Why is it that so many people nowadays dress down for church? I don't think it's a good trend. You lose a lot of the dignity and formality of church services when you dress like a slob. Sometimes I walk into my Sunday School class and see people wearing jeans on a Sunday morning. I think that's sad. Those people don't think enough of church to dress nice. They should at least wear nice slacks and a dress shirt, but they don't. It really bothers me. Maybe you all can shed some light on this. I always wear a suit every Sunday morning. I'm in the choir so after Sunday School I go to the robing room, hang up my jacket and put on my robe. When I attend Sunday evening services, which is rare, I will usually wear the same thing from Sunday morning. For Wednesday services, I normally wear the same thing I wore to work, which is business casual. I don't often come on Wednesday nights, but on occasion I do. For choir rehearsal on Thursdays, I also wear what I wore during the day and I never miss choir without a very good reason. There are also some pastors who dress down, for example, Rick Warren. Pastors should look nice for church, not like a tourist in a Hawaiian shirt. My pastor is well-dressed on Sundays. His suits always fit well, he has well-chosen ties and he often wears French cuffs.