By Aaron Blumer Oct 14 2010 MusicWorshipHumorVideo: The Contemporvant Service 1211 reads There are 4 Comments Funny... but I'm curious Aaron Blumer - Thu, 10/14/2010 - 1:33pm Bob Kauflin wrote: I’m not assuming that the churches this video parodies don’t practice the sacraments. I am asking if in the midst of making our meetings creative, relevant, fresh, and inspiring we think we have better ideas than the Lord himself of the best ways to remember his death and resurrection. Bob, can we use the same argument replacing "best ways to remember..." with "best ways to worship"? Views expressed are always my own and not my employer's, my church's, my family's, my neighbors', or my pets'. The house plants have authorized me to speak for them, however, and they always agree with me. To be honest I haven't had Ron Bean - Fri, 10/15/2010 - 8:34am To be honest I haven't had much personal experience with contemporary worship and prefer a traditional style. A short time ago I was asked to preach at 3 services at a local church. The first two services were contemporary and the third traditional. The contemporary services weren't personally objectionable but when I saw this video for the first time it was typical of those services. I even shared it with some of my friends who were in those services and they agreed that this is sometimes the contemporary liturgy. "Some things are of that nature as to make one's fancy chuckle, while his heart doth ache." John Bunyan Just watched this Susan R - Fri, 10/15/2010 - 8:52am and nearly spewed my coffee all over the keyboard. It's Ok, though- it was my third cup so I don't need anymore caffeine. But my oh my- that was hilarious. Scenescape Media An IFB version coming soon Aaron Blumer - Fri, 10/15/2010 - 9:31pm I'm sure someone will do an IFB liturgy parody soon... probably show up on Stuff Fundies Like. There is plenty to ridicule in the "traditional" IFB anti-liturgy liturgy. (But I'm already planning to say this "Contemporvant" one is funnier.) Did you catch the awards at the end? Views expressed are always my own and not my employer's, my church's, my family's, my neighbors', or my pets'. The house plants have authorized me to speak for them, however, and they always agree with me.