Here's a list of strange things that churches do which should be unpacked a little more.
I'm not saying they are always wrong in all circumstances, and I'm not going into why things are weird. And I am certainly not saying I've never done any of them. But with an older, more grown-up lens, they look so odd that the reasons behind them should be thought through a little more. Why? Since when? Who did it first? Was it a good idea then? What are the arguments against it? What would Rachel's mum think? (An excellent lens which doesn't always go the way you expect, annoyingly...)
In no particular order...
1. Prefer venues with no natural light.
2. Play background music behind liturgy, prayers, sermons.
3. Name one of the organisers the 'producer'.
4. Time services to the minute.
5. Think anyone 'on stage' needs to have their life in order.
6. Make any comments, publicly or privately, on any congregation member's sex life, in any way.
7. Have 'industry' awards.
8. Deflect all compliments to the Lord.
9. Think everyone speaking publicly in the church needs to have the same views.
10. Avoid Halloween completely.