Open Question – Dancing In Church?

I would like to plan a traditional church wedding with a reception following in the fellowship hall. In my head, I would love to have music and dancing. (Nothing that would be unappropriate at the church of course.) However, I have had people comment to me that you should NEVER have music or dancing at the church, even in the fellowship hall for a reception. I wanted to know what others thought about doing this. Did you have music and dancing at your church wedding. It’s a Christian church not belonging to any denomination.

- Amanda

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    Steven, Guest @ 1:39 am

    There are many churches that don’t allow dancing, but if it is a non-denominational church they may be mare relaxed on the issue. I know that my church denomination no longer forbids it for it’s members, but it is not allowed at all in the church. Thank you for the information.

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    Jenna, Guest @ 12:53 am

    I agree that you should ask the church what their policy on dancing is. my church is a traditional korean church and we’ve had dancing AND karaoke during weddings in our fellowship hall. Thank you for the idea.

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    Christie, Guest @ 12:17 am

    There are many churches that don’t allow dancing. It definitely depends on the church and their doctrine of belief.

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    Tree, Guest @ 9:08 pm

    Dancing now a days is very provocative (to those who don’t understand why some churches don’t allow dancing at the church). Dancing in the bible days were done where men danced together as a celebration and woman too (unless they were the temple prostitues the dances were more sexual in content..lol). Now a days there’s a lot of grinding on each other; sexual moves, indecent exposure. People shouldn’t be dancing in the church like this or any where else (Unless you are entertaining your spouse). That’s my opinion

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