So I am trying to create a music worship time/chapel service at my school George Fox University and wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to get away from the traditional ways of doing worship where the band sits up front and plays and people get involved raising their hands and what not in worship but they just aren't living it! How can i create a worship experience where it is organic, they are involved, their is no band up front playing for an audience...while still keeping some structure and not freaking the undergraduate students out right away. Any suggestions?

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