Car Lot Church (part one)

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  1. Oh, I’ve thought of this exact analogy before! Every usher, greeter and leader of any sort wants to get me “plugged in” with some group before I even have a chance to sit down in worship!

  2. Sara says:

    When I felt confused about God, and my Catholic upbringing, my friend convinced me to go to her (not Catholic) church one Sunday. It was full of elderly people who frankly, smelled fesh meat…. They literally started filling out my name and stuff in the guest book. Then the phone calls started. I promptly began ignoring the calls. In two weeks, they called my apartment 10 times, until my roomate had to tell them I was never home and could they please stop calling? Then one innocent Wednesday, the Pastor rolled into my work to find out why I’d never been back. Um hello?? Because you are scary and all stalker- like. A year later I found another church in Charlotte (one that is a lot like Summit, but Summit still does it a little better) and it was there that I accepted Christ. But it takes a lot for me to feel comfortable putting “real” info on the guest cards.I did at Summit. The first day.

  3. Lauren Dyson says:

    Holy cow Sara! That’s just creepy!!!

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