Yes, I began my journey back to faith at a UUC. (kids ment)April 27 2012 at 1:21 PM
|Maggie in VA (Login maggie1961)|
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Actually, that's not quite accurate: I was a neo-Pagan for several years, but just felt as though I liked the structure and institutional familiarity of a more mainstream church. I ended back up at the UMC I grew up in, but that was more about the individual churches in our area than the denominations. Currently I'm a member of a Metropolitan Community Church, but have been attending a Baptist (!) church, as our church is too small to have a nursery, and my twins aren't old enough to participate in Sunday school. Hope to return to my home church before too long.
Yes, "it's hard to find comfort in life as a 100% secularist" really sums it up. If nothing else, the community of other people guided by compassion and positive ideals can be a big help when going through something as trying as IF.
Maggie (in VA)