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That was a GOOD song!

October 13, 2012

We visited a church last Sunday that we hadn’t been to before. We visited several this spring and are trying to go to some others too, partly to decide where we’d like to attend and also to get a broader picture of the variety of churches and experiences here in the capital.

This church had Sunday School, which seems rare. After the singing and before the sermon, kids left the service to go to Sunday School. They sat under a leaf hut outside, sang some kids songs, and listened to a story. Little D and I went for the singing but didn’t make it through the story because he just wanted to play with rocks. So we played in a shaded area outside church with a few other little kids.

It also had a bathroom, which is perhaps more rare but quite valuable for a potty-trained toddler.

At one point, a small choir sang a song that was accompanied by a guitar. Everyone clapped afterwards. Then, in that silent space before the song leader introduced the next song, Little D shouted, “That was a GOOD song!” Several people laughed, and one repeated what he’d said in affirmation. Better than when he yelled “Potty locked!” during this service.

Here’s the pastor preaching.  The poor photo quality/angle is due to trying to be inconspicuous about taking a picture in church.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Mom permalink
    October 13, 2012 11:17 pm

    D knows about good songs. In my quiet day in NICU room, I sang several people’s favorites to babe, including Come Thou Fount

  2. Grandpa Jim permalink
    October 14, 2012 2:30 pm

    Way to go D

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