Amazed at how far away from traditional hymns our modern worship has spiraled downward. Week ago we had 8 P&W chorus ditties, none of which would be worthy of me singing. Music was lowest quality and words beneath it. So the music team had a "Dr Bob" Sunday - when we sang only hymns, with piano and organ instead of guitar, dulcimer, keyboard, drums, et al. Sang: "O God Our Help" "On Jordan's Stormy Banks" "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder" "I'll Fly Away" "Sweet By and By" A little bit of heaven to me! Of course I LOVED IT, but even though the church was full, the singing by the congregation was pathetic. They are not used to hymnals and without a "song leader" (we have a team that just stands to one side with microphones and they don't "lead") it is tough. Anyone else finding the problem of shifting from power-point/overhead/slide choruses to a hymnal "hurting" the singing?