I'm not the most devout person, I'll share that with you up front. However, I have always attended church on a semi regular basis. Since the tweedles have hit my doorstep,(on that very cold snowy night swaddled in a basket many years ago never mind, didn't happen that way), church has been a challenge at best. The last 3 years, it's become non-existent. Our pastor has worked hard to find a way for kt to fit into the congregation; most everyone is accepting - except the parents of children kt's own age. She's more of a leper around those children & in turn their parents. At one point, our PCAs would attend church with us (stay in the background & step in when needed) & Sunday school teacher actually scolded me for bringing a PCA into church. I kindly informed SS teacher that a PCA was not unlike medical equipment - think of her as a guide dog or wheelchair. It's been a bust - I've made few efforts since then. How have your difficult children been accepted in the worship setting? Any ideas to make this better?