My church for many years has produced and presented an annual Christmas Program which consisted mostly of traditional Christmas Music. This gave way to a drama presentation with music accompaniment. This year we are presenting our program in the local civic center "in order to reach more people"and charging an admission fee of five dollars ($5) to help control the crowd by insuring that those having tickets will attend. The entire fee will be donated to a worldwide Christian Charity. I see nothing wrong with this I was wondering if any other church has a like situation or experience. Note; anyone objecting to the fee will be given free tickets with a promise of attending. I'm usually one to object to changing tradition but not in tis case.