A New Church

Thursday, December 23, 2004

Church of the Holiday Worshippers

This church may well serve most people who are prone to go to church only on the various holy days, Christmas, Easter, etc. This way one would not need to feel guilty about missing church, going only when the church is open, on days they would have gone to church anyway. Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Church of the Literates

This church should appeal to bloggers. How about a church that encourages its congregation to write, to submit sermons for the minister to use as a basis for his or her sermons, or perhaps a piece that will be put into the hand-outs as adjunt material to the minister's sermons? Newsletters for the... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, December 18, 2004

Church of the Audible Farts

How many of you have experienced discomfort in church because of a painful gas problem? You had to release, but in that crowded pew (no pun intended), you just did not want to embarrass yourself, nor did you want to torture those parishoners around you. Well, in the Church of the Audible Farts, such... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, December 4, 2004

Skylights in the ceilings . . . .

I always wondered what it would be like to have the stained glass windows on the ceiling of the church rather than on the walls. With modern technology we ought to be able to do it. Would that not be a sight, especially with the sun almost overhead on a late Sunday morning or early Sunday afternoon... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, December 2, 2004

Perches in Churches . . . .

It would be fun and take us back to our childhoods to have a church with perches, branch-like perches, instead of pews. I would, of course, expect them to be not too high, nor without a padded floor, just in case, but it is the young minds that are more open to spiritual truths, and the perches... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, December 1, 2004

Church of the Elements . . . . .

Ancient Peoples, and neo-Pagans, credit the elementals for their part in creation and for their part in assisting us in accomplishing our spiritual and our mundane goals. Perhaps a modern church or modern thinking neo-Pagans could do the same for the elements, which is really a wider view of the... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, November 28, 2004

Church of the Whatever . . .

A most welcome church would be one that would not offer dogma of any sort. There would not even be ministers, just an administrative staff to assist the congregation. How would it work? The congregation itself would be a diverse group, perhaps Christian, perhaps not, perhaps a mixture of religions.... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, November 25, 2004

Church of Inclusivity:

I propose a church that, no matter what the denomination or base religion, would acknowledge the celebrations and rites of other religions as well as its own. for instance, on Yule, or the service just before Yule, a Christian Church might acknowledge, in a positive way, the Pagan holiday of Yule,... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Church of the forever thankful . . . .

In this church parishoners would never ask for anything of their deity. Instead, they would gather merely to give thanks and to contemplate on the greatness of life and the divine being they honor with and for their lives. It would matter not which deity was worshipped, just that thanks be given for... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, November 21, 2004

Churches on Plastic . . .

Christ would undoubtedly be proud of His ministers. I understand many churches today take tithes on plastic, American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, etc. How modernistinc to bring religion into the modern era by allowing such divergence in paying for your soul. We need a church that is truly... Sign in to see full entry.

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