Boy were we wrong! As we walked in, we noticed that everyone was dressed really causal like shorts and jeans. But Justin said he had heard that the pastor wears jeans to preach. As the service began, the lights went out and a full band (we're talking real rock band complete with the glass wall in front of the drummer) began to play the Verve's Bittersweet Symphony. This was followed by Pink Floyd's Comfortably Numb. As the songs played, the screens showed moving colored lights like on the computer. At this point, I thought this has to do with the message. Which at least one did as the message addressed being comfortably numb in your Christian life. However, after the message (the only good part of the service) the band played two more songs. One actually mentioned God although I had never heard it and you couldn't really sing along.
Then they did announcements just like a regular church and the service was over. I have to think that this service was tailored for the downtown crowd and that the other campuses had different services but with the same message. Justin said he knows normal people that used to go to his church that now attend the Grapevine Fellowship. In conclusion, I would not recommend attending the downtown Fellowship Church. However, if anyone wants to go to another campus and let me know if it is the same, that would be great. I am just so curious!