This is, I guess, largely aimed at the non-believers/non-religious people here, though that is not to say I am not interested in the thoughts of the church goers. And it is based entirely on my own musings and ponderings. Would you go to church if it wasn't about god/religion? Like... if there was a weekly gathering of people sharing positive messages and listening to guest speakers and sharing things that inspire them (secular things) and spending time together and possibly eating brunch - would you go? I struggle with the concept of organised religion - no particular issues with God but issues with preaching and religious texts and what not. I do, however, 100% see the value of a Church - in so far as "Church" being a group of people coming together in a community, looking out for each other and supporting each other etc. I think most people would benefit from more community in their lives, as well as a regular gathering of people with whom to share thoughts, ideas, problems, whatever. So - would you go to a weekly... lets call it an "assembly" for the sake of argument...? A "Not Church" that doesn't talk about God or Religion but that does have all the other components of a church community?