Hi! Have you ever been to a nondenominational church where every Sunday seems to be a rock concert? Complete with lights, fog machines and a full band? Is it just me or do churches like this seem decidedly cult like and/or something feels off about shredding on an electric guitar to worship? Sorry if I offend anyone but I’m genuinely curious how people feel about ‘modern day’ churches?
Hi! Have you ever been to a nondenominational church where every Sunday seems to be a rock concert?
I like the traditional church where we sing the true hymns . They have more meaning than that load banging noise that’s sung over and over! There is nothing prettier than Amazing Grace etc!
Instruments grow old in use and sound so it’s replaced by much modern ones. When you are a musician and enter a music shop tell me that your eyes don’t light up when you see all the lovely shiny musical instruments. Lights I like but not flickering lig… See more
Well I’ve been to churches where it was so low key you almost fall asleep and to churches where it’s so loud you want cover your ears at times; and I say that as a guy who loves loud rock like Zep. As a player in multiple worship teams over a 40+ year … See more
I belong to a nondenominational church that sings Christian Contemporary music. I have chosen this church due to the missions aspect of the church. Yes. I do like the music but this is a church that is spreading the word by helping the community. I … See more
I think it depends on congregants. That’s why Christianity is so great–we can all feel like we belong somewhere and no one church is perfect for everyone. I like some of the “old hymns” and sing in my Presbyterian church choir, but I also love newer m… See more
The messages in the songs move me, regardless of whether it’s somber, traditional worship or contemporary, heavy instruments… I’m listening for the lyrics, the message… I’m elevated when the music is contemporary and I’m introspective when it’s traditi… See more