Don't shoot the re-blogger (me) on this post.
My preference for worship style is liturgical with weekly communion being an important component. You can see my basic worship philosophy embodied by our church leadership on the Redeemer website.
While I am unashamedly committed to our form of worship, I am not suggesting "our way" is the only way. I have worshipped in many different churches with varying styles and was blessed in so doing. I think our way is the best way, but not the only way. Everyone in charge of ordering a worship service, no matter what the style, thinks their way is best, or they wouldn't (shouldn't) organize it like they do. That's different from saying it's the only way. Further, I recognize a diversity among God's people and debates about worship style weary me, so don't try to start one here.
Having said that, I ran across a post that got me thinking about modern worship. Have you heard of the "sacred swoon"? That's a description given to a large segment of modern worship. The above picture depicts the sacred swoon. Anyways, the post below argues that much of modern worship has been shaped by the feminization of the evangelical church.
I think the guy has a point...but again, don't shoot the re-blogger.