• You care more about the style of music than the about other people in the church.
  • You get annoyed if the sermon is too long. Because lunch.
  • You don’t care to get to know the newer people. You just hang out in the same old circles.
  • You get irritated when you have to stand in line for coffee behind people you don’t know.
  • You think that being spiritually fed is the most important thing and you often mention that you aren’t being fed.
  • You don’t like the pastor because you aren’t getting what you want even if he or she might be doing what the church needs in the big picture.
  • You have stopped caring whether the church survives past your generation. But you really care that it doesn’t change too much while you are alive.
  • “Worship” has become a code word for the music part of the service.
  • You don’t invite your friends to church because — since you don’t like it — they wouldn’t like it.
  • You are trying to outlast the pastor. And you are staying in touch with people who left the church because they didn’t like the pastor.
  • You worry about whether the facilities are being kept up well enough.
  • You notice that the people being baptized are not really the kind of people we want in our church.