Friday night, Megan invited Angie and I to see "The Cost," the Grove City Church of the Nazarene's Easter musical. It's quite a production.
I had a pretty good time, although I have to admit I got a little bored. It lasts almost three hours! And, let's face it, the story's not exactly surprising, you know?
The church is probably the biggest church I've ever been in. It has a food court and a hair salon so that the Christians never have to mix with the non-believers.
Ooops, I meant to keep that last comment to myself. I'm sure there're good reasons to make your church like a compound and, honestly, I'm not trying to judge anybody. To each his own, right?
Anyway, as I always say: You gotta give the people what they want. So, if they want compounds and lavish musicals, someone should supply it.