As long as I'm fired up this morning about how we "do" (or don't do) church, thought I'd ask for you to share on this subject!! New Year's Eve USED TO BE the biggest social fellowship night for American adults. Parties, activities, hoopla, etc. My church always had a special, rival WATCHNIGHT SERVICE that would include a film/video, games, food, then go to auditorium just before midnight and have candlelit communion to usher in the new year. Wonder how many churches still do that? And secondly, the SuperBowl night is NOW the biggest social fellowship night for American adults. Do we look at that the same as New Year's and begin a sane, non-alcoholic party time of big-screen tv, games, food, then have preaching, etc. Wonder how many churches do that? Thanks.