I do think that the acceptance of nursing probably has a lot more to do with the general area, and whether bf is the norm or not- I mean, if most people in an area bottlefeed, then regardless of what denomination the church is, it just makes sense that the people there would be a little more squeamish of seeing a nursing baby, kwim?
I've attended many different nondenominational/evangelical churches and have never had a problem, or had anyone say anything negative. I nursed my newborn in church with no problem. Now he is 5 mos. and goes to the nursery, where I nurse him openly (some of the old ladies ask me if I want a blanket, or to go in a quieter area of the nursery, but I don't get the sense it's out of embarrassment, just that some moms would want privacy so they are letting me know it's an option.) I usually decline and sit out with everyone else and chat, and I've never gotten any strange looks, people usually just make comments about nursing their own kids. He has a fun time in the nursery and it makes it easier for me to concentrate on the service, and all the ladies get their baby fixes for an hour!
JamieCatheryn- Love Calvary Chapel
Except the swimming with clothes on is kinda strange