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Where do you go to church?

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Green Mandala

First Christian Church--Disciples of Christ

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NerdyByNature

I go to a southern baptist church. It is very conservative, but it fits me and I feel very comfortable there. The people are very nice and I'm getting the message I need. The most important part of finding the right church is visiting, praying about it and staying in the one that feels right. You will know when you find the right place. :)

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lilgroundhog

I currently attend a United Methodist Church.  I definitely agree with the feeling that's it's hard to fit in as a single as so much of the Church revolves around the family.

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xforestelfx

Buddhist meditation for me

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flagsforhippos

I sometimes attend 'silent worship' at a Quaker meeting house.

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SilverFlower

Since returning home to San Diego, I have been back to the Unitarian Universalist Church on a regular basis.  I used to sing in the choir there before moving away.  I really enjoy the open minded, like minded discussions people get into there.  They are a group of people who value education, working for social justice, and generally taking your spiritual beliefs into real world practice.  They are not heavy on the dogma and are very open and accepting of all people regardless of race, nationality, gender identities, sexual orientations, etc.

I am dealing with some health challenges and have received a lot of love and support there recently.

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nikarose7

I'm Lutheran, but I have struggled to find a church where I really feel like they are living out what the Bible says.  I'm from a VERY conservative background, but I am much more open, so I would like a church that reflects this. I am more of a free-lance Christian right now. 

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EarthMama

I align with no brand name of religion, and have a habit of looking at holy writ with an eye to 'what have HUMANS done to this message throughout the years to maintain control over their devoted flock,' so I carry no designation on the religious spectrum other than to say 'My faith is between myself and The Natural."

 

Drives my family (who are rather obsessively Christian) nuts.  They're all certain I'm on the fast track to Hell.
So, no church for me.

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praetorius

After my latest move, I ended up in an Episcopal congregation. Before this, I've been in ELCA Lutheran churches in several locations. Both denominations have (unfortunately late in  the grand scheme of things) embraced a theology welcoming to God's broadly diverse children, including explicit moves of reconciliation towards the LGBT community. The congregations I've ended up in also tend to serve people in a broad variety of family situations (not just married with 2.5 children and a dog).

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miettaisace

i go to church sometimes 

the key is to ignore everything they say so you dont get pissed off. 

 

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