- Building: I’m guessing the building was constructed sometime in the 1970s or maybe even the 1980s. It’s not very old. I do not find the exterior to be attractive or even particularly welcoming (despite the painted message). You have to walk a long way up those rainbow coloured steps and around behind the bushes to find the entrance. There seems to be quite a bit of the building that was just plainly not used on Sunday morning. The sanctuary is attractive enough. Wall to wall carpeting does a nice job of dulling out trorg footsteps.
- Demographics: The congregation was small, maybe 20-30 people. Mostly older than me but not quite as elderly as some of the places we’ve been. There were no other trorgs.
- Service: Hymns and organ. No choir. Full sheet music on the projector. No communion this week. The speaker appears to not be their usual person. He made bread while he delivered his sermon.
- Overall Impressions: I enjoy the smaller congregations. Even though they didn’t have anything in the way of programs for trorgs, they were also welcoming and tolerant of his squirming. I liked the service and did actually feel welcomed (once I got inside) but I suspect the demographics here won’t work.
* Oops. I’m starting to fall behind.