But, occasionally, what we might call the “arrogance of the urban” can begin to manifest itself. Those who are a part of urban churches can sometimes project an attitude, even unwittingly, that urban centers are where “real” ministry happens. The city is where everyone should be focusing their attention. And slowly this can create a critical sentiment that suburban churches—usually bigger, wealthier, and demographically older—don’t really get it and probably more concerned with comfort than with sacrificial ministry. Moreover, the suburban churches are often viewed as out of date and out of touch with cultural and social trends.