I am involved in a small group known as the Seventh Day Baptist church. Member of the Baptist World Alliance. I grew up in the Salvation Army and am very much used to the idea of the Sunday worship. Seventh Day Baptists dont suggest that Seventh Day meetings are connected to Salvation in any way, and are more than happy to be a part of the body of Christ along with the Sunday Church. I feel that the idea of having church on a Saturday is a good one when we consider that the early church met on the Jewish Sabbath for teaching. The pope in the third century made the church officially change from Saturday to Sunday in order to accomodate the Sun Worshippers into the new State organised religion. This was one of the worst ever things to happen to Christianity due to complacency setting in. The Catholic church today proudly state that they changed the Sabbath because the Pope is the head of the christian church and had the right to take this descion. I dont recognise the pope or his edicts. I dont think the christian church should do as he says on the basis that he is Gods only oracle. Should more fellowships within the christian church be looking at going back to a sabbath meeting? Not out of Law, but out of a desire to be more like the early church?