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  1. chantale
    October 27, 2014

    I just want to say someone mentioned this on facebook and i thought it was a great concept. Although i’m christian but not anglican, I hope i have the chance to catch one of your services.

    The last time i went to church was when after service i got into a conversation with the priest about why i don’t attend ( because of my 1 and 2 year old at the time) and he basically told me that i was a bad mom because i didn’t raise my kids to sit still for 45 mins. ( My kids are relative angels but at 1 and 2 or even at 4 and 5 now it’s boring and they don’t want to sit there bored for 45 mins which means mom can’t lisen because she is busy keeping them busy so they don’t disrupt everyone else, other then when we sing , cause they love that part, because they can participate! Anyways, then we all leave mad and frustrated, you shouldn’t leave service mad and annoyed, you should feel happy and rejuvenated

    All that to say for all the moms like me, THANK YOU ! I hope this concept paves a way for many churches.

    • Ryan Sim
      October 28, 2014

      Thanks for the encouragement, it’s always great to hear that we’re meeting a real need. And although we are an Anglican church, we are Christians first and welcome people from any background, of any age, to learn about Jesus with us. I hope we get to meet you at a Family Room service someday soon, and that you’ll share with friends!


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