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SIGNS THAT YOU ATTEND A SMALL CHURCH

14. You share your pastor with another church on a "circuit" basis.

13. You cancel church when the pastor goes on vacation because his
family is half the congregation.

12. Your entire choir is absent when your Southern Gospel Quartet
goes on the road for a singing (think about it).

11. You meet in the Pastor's two-car garage while the sanctuary is
being remodeled (Yes, this really happened because I was there).

10. The Deacon board (Elder's Council, Parish Council, Pastor/Parish
Relations Committee, Session, etc.) is equal to, or greater than,
half the Sunday morning attendance (Bd mem. = or > attendance X .50 =
sm. church).

9. The church bus is a mini-van that only carries seven passengers.

8. Pastor comes to Wednesday night services in his uniform directly
from his "other" job.

7. Offering is taken up only once a month.

6. Youth group age goes to 30.

5. Senior Adults age start at 40.

4. Children's Church is cancelled when the family with the most kids
goes on vacation.

3. There are more people in the choir than in the congregation.

2. Pastor also serves as an usher, pianist and song leader.

AND THE NUMBER ONE SIGN THAT YOU ATTEND A SMALL CHURCH

1. Vestibule is also used as the Fellowship Hall.

 
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