MrsBasil Posted September 24, 2012 Share Posted September 24, 2012 I attended a fantastic Eastern Orthodox parish that was 30-40 min from home until a year and a half ago. My husband started to work on Sundays, we share one car and my dropping him off at work is not feasible right now. He leaves at 3-4 am and puts in 14-16 hour days. We are saving for a new car, but other things(dental work, pet sick and needed to be put down, fridge died and on and on ;)) keep getting in the way. I miss church, but have no way to go. I am theologically 100% on board with EO. I have not yet been baptized though. There are 5 churches in walking distance to my house, including a large Episcopalian church and a fairly large mainstream denimination that has a lot going on. I am not theologically on the same page as either place(or any of them), but I miss church. These places are not the same for me with regards to worship. They are not the community I would choose to be part of if I had a way to get to my church. I had rides when it was just DS and me, but no one has room for 3 extra people and there's really only 3 other families that attend from my area. There is no EO church closer. So, would it be advisable to just wait to attend until I can find a way back to the EO church? WWYD? Any thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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