It’s 2011 and it’s time for us to have an open and honest discussion about a serious topic that many of us have been afraid to talk about:Â When should you use your remote car starter during church? I actually have been thinking about it for a couple of years.Â And I know I’m not alone.
It has always been my opinion that a remote car starter should only be used during a raucous song, one of those that usually comes at the end of church.Â And if your church has a band or at least one guy playing a guitar or a fiddle, that’s a pretty good time to start the car.Â I personally wait until the “Communion Song” begins and then I push the button immediately.Â That gives my car about ten minutes of running time before church is over.
But as the weather gets colder, I find that people are getting more brazen with their car-starting during church.Â Often-times, worshipers are actually starting their vehicles during silence. Â How long before churches start outlawing starters?Â Or if they catch you, they remove you from the premises?Â Me?Â I keep my hand in my pocket and continue to “sing” loudly as I push my button.