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In Person Church Attendance  

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  1. 1. How often do you attend church in person?

    • Only Sunday Morning
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    • Sunday Morning & Sunday Night
      0
    • Every Time the church door is open (Health permitting)
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    • I only watch live-streams services
      0
    • Other (Please specify)
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The point of this topic is NOT to criticize those attending or not attending in person services, but rather to see where our culture is currently at.

How are you currently attending church services?

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The church I attend and am a member of has not met in the church since March 2020. Thus, I have not attended church in the 'church' for over a year. However, I attend our worship service each Sunday via Zoom and usually our Prayer and Share service via Zoom on Thursday evenings.

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1 hour ago, SureWord said:

Usually Sunday School and Sunday morning service unless I'm out of town visiting my mother. My church is just too far away to attend twice on Sunday but I'm thinking of attending Wednesday service once school lets out.

Just out of curiosity, how far of a drive is it to your church?

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2 hours ago, PastorMatt said:

Just out of curiosity, how far of a drive is it to your church?

About 30 miles so around 60 miles total. I only have one old car and live with my father who I take care of so I can't be running the car into the ground.

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My wife and I usually attend only Sunday School and the Sunday morning service. Our church no longer has evening services or small groups on Sunday except for the youth. They have had Wednesday evenings, but we seldom make those since my wife doesn't make it home from work until right around the time the service starts. We usually get up at 2 AM or     3 AM, depending on how she is scheduled. She gets off work between 4 & 5 PM, and it usually ends up running late getting off. Services start at 6 PM on Wednesday. My wife isn't home until around that time or later, driving one way to an from work, the travel time being between 1 hr to 1 1/2 hrs depending on the traffic. UGH! We'd LOVE to be able to go to evening services if we could. I do get to attend a men's Bible study group on Tuesday evenings with the Cowpunchers Cowboy Church of Shelbyville, TN. Great group of men who have been a great help in my recovery.

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2 hours ago, SureWord said:

I've often wondered, based on Hebrews 10:25, if churches should be meeting more often than what they have traditionally. As the day gets close, i.e. the Rapture, we are supposed to be assembling more often because the temptation to fall away becomes greater and greater. 

'Wondered',  good?  Did the wondering lead to questioning, asking and keep asking,  seek and keep seeking,  knock and keep knocking,

until God Provides the Light ? (Answers)

 

"Traditionally" in Christendom is mostly demonic. i.e. what the world see traditionally turns them away from Christendom,  since it is harmful and not helpful, right?   (remembering or noting that there's over 2,000,000 (billion?) serving the demnons in religion,  and only a remnant,  only a few,  serving Jesus)

Of course ,  or rather if you mean something other by 'traditionally',  than the world /Christendom/ does and sees,  then perhaps better.

'Traditionally',  those who every day obey Jesus,  live as one every day,  serving one another in Christ,  daily laying down our lives for one another, everywhere.  Not just one day or two days,  for an hour.

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3 hours ago, jeff_student_of_Jesus said:

'Wondered',  good?  Did the wondering lead to questioning, asking and keep asking,  seek and keep seeking,  knock and keep knocking,

until God Provides the Light ? (Answers)

 

"Traditionally" in Christendom is mostly demonic. i.e. what the world see traditionally turns them away from Christendom,  since it is harmful and not helpful, right?   (remembering or noting that there's over 2,000,000 (billion?) serving the demnons in religion,  and only a remnant,  only a few,  serving Jesus)

Of course ,  or rather if you mean something other by 'traditionally',  than the world /Christendom/ does and sees,  then perhaps better.

'Traditionally',  those who every day obey Jesus,  live as one every day,  serving one another in Christ,  daily laying down our lives for one another, everywhere.  Not just one day or two days,  for an hour.

This is the most useless response I’ve seen in a while. Could you please talk like a normal human being with proper use of English grammar? 🙄

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6 hours ago, jeff_student_of_Jesus said:

'Wondered',  good?  Did the wondering lead to questioning, asking and keep asking,  seek and keep seeking,  knock and keep knocking,

until God Provides the Light ? (Answers)

 

"Traditionally" in Christendom is mostly demonic. i.e. what the world see traditionally turns them away from Christendom,  since it is harmful and not helpful, right?   (remembering or noting that there's over 2,000,000 (billion?) serving the demnons in religion,  and only a remnant,  only a few,  serving Jesus)

Of course ,  or rather if you mean something other by 'traditionally',  than the world /Christendom/ does and sees,  then perhaps better.

'Traditionally',  those who every day obey Jesus,  live as one every day,  serving one another in Christ,  daily laying down our lives for one another, everywhere.  Not just one day or two days,  for an hour.

By tradition I don't mean the commandments of men just the way most churches in the United States have been holding services for a long time. Monday, Wednesday or Thursday and Sunday. 

"Wondered" is a figure of speech I use a lot which is another way of me saying "I've thought about, meditated upon, considered". 

 

 

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When I'm away from my local church traveling I don't attend Sunday and/or Wednesday services...unless I'm visiting with folks who do go when the doors are open and then I go to their morning and evening services.

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