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A.) The first church I went to was my trainer's church; Hope Christian Reformed Church. I moved to a Sunday morning service. The ceremony was very acute and well planned out. I felt as if every moment was planned and we needed to follow along with the tee, that which was really robot like. The program was kind of like a dialogue full of chants and paper turning. The "Liturgist" will say something and then the "Folks" would reply and ten we would sing a tune. I felt like I was in a company meeting instead of a place to worship. I did not feel welcome and was slightly uncomfortable. The manner by which the pews were put up felt very welcoming aside from how hard the pews were. The entire atmosphere was cold and unpleasant. I felt as if I coughed everyone could flip and scorn me. Every noise seemed to eco from the walls. It had been so cold in every sense of the term. The refuge was very dim lit. The few lights that were hanging were very low lights that the majority of the light arrived in the stained glass windows. After leaving the service I felt like I could quit holding my breath. I felt like I was at my grandmother's church while I was there and that when I did something wrong I would be scorned. I don't actually believe I would want to go back to this church. I did not feel impressed during the service which is the most important thing. B.) The next church I went to has been Vineyard Church of Houston. That is a youth church that is a part of a nondenominational church that branched off of this Assemblies of God church. I went to a Tuesday night support. This church was really welcoming. I felt as if I was in a family gathering rather a church service. The service started with free moment. Free time isn't mandatory it's sort of like an afte...