When I was 3 years old, the church where my father was pastor was preparing for its annual Christmas musical. Since Dad was the pastor, and Mom worked with the music, they usually let me stay in the worship center while they rehearsed.
Baptists are not very liturgical. Many Baptists reading the previous sentence have no idea what I just said, so let me explain. (Catholic, Lutheran, Episcopalian, Presbyterian and most Methodist readers may want to skip over the next paragraph).
Recently a lady in my church was talking to a little girl about heaven. She described how we would spend every day in worship. The little girl looked up in astonishment and asked, "You mean we don't get no free time?"
A pastor in Mississippi was performing a wedding ceremony, when he suddenly realized that he had forgotten the bride's name. What could he do? He couldn't say, "Hey, pretty lady, do you take this handsome man?" If he whispered to the groom and asked for the bride's name, everybody would hear it on his lapel mike, anyway. So he just blurted it out, asking the bride in an apologetic voice, "What's your name?"
A Methodist pastor in Dalton asked if he could borrow the baptismal pool at the Baptist church for a baptism by immersion. While Methodists commonly baptize by sprinkling, they also may immerse, and this Methodist pastor had a couple who had trusted Christ and wanted to go all the way under.