The Right Temperature for Church

My husband’s job recently transferred him to a new station half way across the country. At first, the family was pretty sad about having to leave our beautiful home up North and move out West where we didn’t know anyone. But after a few weeks of packing, we all seemed to start to get kind of excited about moving somewhere new. We found a nice house close to my husband’s new job location, and the family grew closer together as we packed and planned out adventures to take as a family in the the new city that we were moving to. The most difficult part for us was leaving our church family and trying to find a new one that would compare to the one that we were leaving. We loved our church. It was a small country church, and everyone seemed to know everyone. Once we moved out West, we visited a couple churches and prayed about which one we should start attending regularly. Eventually, we chose one, and though it is much larger that what we were used to, it is truly a wonderful church. As funny as it may sound, one of my favorite parts about the new church is the temperature that they keep the building at. In our church up North, the auditorium was always so cold. I wore sweaters to church no matter if it was December or July. In our new church, the temperature is so perfect. I never feel too cold or too warm. No more sweaters in July for me. I am so thankfully that the whole family has been able to adjust to our new home and to our new church were the temperature is perfect, and the people are friendly.

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