From a recent poll, almost ALL our baptist churches have</font> Sunday Sschool</font> Morning Worship</font> Evening Service</font> Midweek Prayer Meeting</font> The early church met regularly. They were admonisted to lay aside their giving on the first day of the week. They fellowshiped and worshiped God. So "morning service" would fit in nicely. Sunday School started circa 1780 by Robert Raikes. Evening Services started circa 1875 and result of the revivalism of that era Prayer Meeting (cottage meetings in homes around the city) were popularized in Europe in that same era. So for 2000 years we have had "church" on Sunday. Only in the last 200 or so years have we added REQUIRED services (chide: You're not a good christian if you don't come every time the doors are open) early Sunday morning, late Sunday night and Wednesday or Thursday midweek. Why? If I were to say "our church will not have evening service", 95% of the baptists I know would immediately think "neo". What's your thinking?