This is the flipside of hyper-fundamentalism: the seeker-friendly mega-church movement which reduces God to an emotional drug, a prepackaged theatrical production, a rock band, and cultural icons. Big business.
I don't begrudge anyone worshipping God in spirit and in truth in whatever manner His Spirit compels them, but I fear many are manipulated into an emotional experience masked as "worship" by this very format. Just like with fundamentalism, the focus seems to be on people rather than on Christ, just in a slightly different manner.
"Sunday's Coming" Movie Trailer from North Point Media on Vimeo.
It's a great satire. Trust me. I've been in more of these churches than I can count, and many more that want to be just like them. Sadly, the church that made the video follows this exact format, so I'm not entirely sure what point they were trying to make.
This is a bit off of the general theme of my writing here, but I thought it might be of interest to some.