Here is a question or query for you all to think about. When was the last time you saw a pastor at a Church with Contemporary Church or an Emergent Church that didn't think that he was "cool"? Not confident, not a nerd who enjoys himself, but who thought that other people would look at him and say, "wow, that guy's got it"?
That is what contemporary worship is. It's the cult of the cool - and whether it's the hip late 20s guy from the Sem, or the 55 year old gray-hair folk-rocking out for Jesus - there is this assumption that the ones in charge are "cool".
I don't want to be part of the cult of the cool (even though I am teh super AWESOME!!!). I don't want people to come to church because I am spiffy and neat, because we are the hip place to be. That's not what Church is to be about - Church is to be the gathering of the Body of Christ around Christ present for us in Word and Sacrament.
Enough of the "let's be hip for Jesus" as the main guide to "winning" souls. Let's just talk and focus upon Christ and His gifts.