And I had a really good time. My ideas of church involved quiet and boring lol. But there was a band, music, big tv screens, etc. The preacher (pastor? idk) was youngish and funny. The people there were nice. I definitely plan on going and checking it out again. My daughter hated the kids program though, so that may be a problem. Anyways, I just wanted to share with moms who may be happy for me. Everyone in my real life is either Pagan or Athiest...so I don't have much support for this. :)
I'm glad you liked it!
We used to go to a church that sounds a lot like that one.
You could always keep your DD with you, when you go back.
Maybe as she gets to know the other DC over time, she would like the program more..?
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