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"Are the majority of churchgoers infirm? It seems like people in the congregation should take charge of making sure that those people can get to the services and every able bodied person that has access to transit should use it."
Yes, exactly, thank you Alan B, makes sense to me.

@ceefer66 it would be nice if everyone who wants could attend the same church they got married in etc but we live in a HIGHLY mobile society now, and such expectations are unrealistic. Take the next best option, find a nearby congregation you like, and deal with it. I grew up on Long Island and went to church there, have fond memories of it despite being an atheist now. I was married in Massachusetts. Living in DC, it's unrealistic to expect that I should be able to attend wither of these churches if I wanted to.

by MrTinDC on Dec 6, 2012 9:51 am • linkreport

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