It is absolutely appropriate. Do we condone, do we turn a blind eye to behavior by employees - or patrons for that matter - of a business that is not only inappropriate, but possibly criminal as well, simply because that business happens to have a Calvary cross on top of the roof? Do what I suggested and replace "Church" with "WalMart" and ask yourself if Mr. Grabby's actions are appropriate and if he would not be rightly arrested. Or shot. People loose their heads about churches and schools. That's what is meant by the "emotional baggage" surrounding them. They think that somehow there is some kind of magic force field around them that is supposed to insulate them from violence and that allowing certain lawful activities within their confines - i.e, carrying handguns - will turn normal people into bloodthirsty psychopaths as soon as they cross an imaginary border. That is why many states have stupid laws against law-abiding citizens carrying their lawfully owned and carried guns in them. A discreetly armed security guard is not disruptive. Some obviously not-right-in-the-head employee (greeter) grabbing for the security guard's gun is what is disruptive. Not to mention criminal. It isn't a matter of anyone having a higher standing. It is a matter of safety. "Christian Love" notwithstanding, Mr. Grabby is a danger to himself and to everyone around him.