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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Aug 5, 2007.
Have you ever visited the following type churches?
Every group listed except for the AME and Lutheren folks.
I've also dropped in on two different LDS stake meetings a number of years ago when I was studying Mormon life. Unfortunately, both times I happened to hit "Fast Sunday" where the local stake meeting consisted of testimonies for most of the entire service. (It was a little creepy to hear the same types of emotion-laden testimonies we hear in many of our Baptist churches that ended with "and I then believed that Joseph Smith was a true prophet of God." :tear: )
Over the years I've also attended various "Charismatic" faith-healing meetings put on by traveling charletons, including this one, and I recently attended Passover as the guest of a (non-Christian) Jewish friend.
When I managed a Christian radio station, I visted several churches of different denominations
Sure! I have lots of friends who are not Baptist, and they know that I am, but they still invite me to their churches for special events in their lives. I'm flattered to be a part of the occasion. And I invite them to mine, as well. But I no longer go to other churches out of curiosity by myself, like I did when I was younger.
I visit a Southern Baptist church whenever I visit my sister.
I visit a Independent Baptist church whenever I visit my mom.
I attend the local Methodist church once a year with our Boy Scouts since they sponsor the troop.
I attend Catholic churches for weddings and funerals.
I visited a Lutheran church once as the girl I was dating's mom was one of the pastors (boy, that seemed weird).
I visited an AoG church once as a good friend's daughter was baptized (even weirder).
I have visited an LDS congregation before as well.
I assumed you meant "visited" for a regular church service/meeting, not just for a special occasion. For me, Methodist would apply either way, and until I was about 8 I was sometimes taken to a Disciples of Christ church, so that's "other," and I went to kindergarten at an Episcopal church day school (we had no public kindergarten), which included chapel, so I included that. Among the other options I have only been 'there' for community meetings of some type or to vote a couple of times, which does not seem what was meant.
My closest friend in high school was Church of God and I attended church with her several times. My Dad was raised in a CoG orphanage, so his "roots" were in that and I attended with him as he visited an old church when I was about 14--I was scared to death.
Visited Roman Catholic (class project), Methodist, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Episcopalian.