3. The preschool area was dirty and not secure.
I took my 2-year-old with me, but I would not leave her in the church’s preschool area.
You could tell they didn’t care about the cleanliness and the safety needs of little children. So I took my child to the worship service. That proved to be another headache.
4. Everyone talked in code.
I had no idea what the preacher and the members were talking about.
What in the heck is a WMU? What is a time of intercessory prayer?
I figured out the responsive reading thing when I saw people reading from their hymnals.
5. Someone told me I was sitting where their family sits.
That really ticked me off.
I didn’t see a reserved sign there. If I was not getting paid to do this, I would have said a few words to them and walked out of the service before it ever began.
6. No one spoke to me.
They certainly spoke to people they apparently knew, but I was not a part of their cliques.
I felt badly just being there. I wanted to get up and leave on the spot.