We attended a contemporary service on Good Friday and it was WONDERFUL! It was a musical passion play. The music was mostly by a well known country/contemporary guy that has since come out as gay. I was about ready to leave. BUT--the volume was kept loud enough to hear but not loud enough to hurt. Someone had actually considered the words of the songs, and made careful selections. They did the verses, the choruses, and then stopped. None of this "let's get you worked up into a trance" garbage. Let me tell you--were the "contemporary" church services around here usually that well thought out and that well done musically and theologically, I might jump the fence into the contemporary crowd. Ya'll can all commence fainting now if you need to. Or just have the vapors.