Everyone got home before midnight;
people could remember what happened at the last meeting;
nobody mentioned the minister-before-last and how he did things properly;
nobody died of old age;
they didn't have to re-form the committee without the minister, in the car park afterwards;
no blood feuds were started or got worse;
the treasurer is still in post (and not in the Post);
somebody mentioned God;
all the windows are still intact;
nobody threatened to call in English Heritage or the Victorian Society;
coffee wasn't served before, during or after;
there was an expectation that the Church had a purpose beyond its own yard;
the minister didn't close it down abruptly for reasons of public order;
nobody spent fifteen minutes explaining why it's impossible to raise any more money.
Obviously it will be several weeks before the Secretary finds out if the notes were comprehensible.