Hello everyone. I was writing to find out your opinions on worship for a special secular holiday like Veteran's Day. I came under fire Sunday from various people in our church for not having any patriotic music. However, I'm of the mind that we come to church to worship the Lord, not the flag, and not our country. We recognized them, thanksed them for their service, and prayed for our troops currently serving, but did not sing anything patriotic. Don't hear me wrong on this. I have in the past served in churches when we had special services dedicated to honoring our country and those who've served. I would also say that I am thankful for these people and their sacrifices, and that we live in one of the greatest countries in the world. But that still is not the reason for worship on a Sunday morning. Am I way off here?