This is a difficult question to answer and the tendency of most churches would be to put a lot of overflowing phrases about how beautiful the singing is or how nice the people are. Truth is, we can be messy at times and being "sharp" or "polished" just isn't our church personality. There are many churches in town who are incredibly more polished than we will ever be and we are ok with that.
God's made us uniquely us. We are a transparent, authentic group of believers and have never felt the need to put on a good show. In fact, some of the greatest moments are when things aren't running so smooth on the sound board or the power point screen. It gives us pause to laugh and celebrate our shared humanity.
Worship for us is a way of life; it is not a particular music style or a position of our hands during prayer. We'd rather be known as a people who love God and love their neighbors than give into any particular style of Sunday service. All indications from the New Testament are that the early Church was organized around a core set of spiritual principles, not a core set of worship expectations or rituals. Here's a few bullets about a typical Sunday gathering:
You may leave us having never been greeted properly. You may leave thinking we are the most welcoming group of people you have ever known.
You may leave us totally inspired and wanting more. You might leave us scratching your head or feeling sorry for us.
No matter what, our prayer is that you never leave us wondering whether or not we love God, or love you. Our goal, as imperfect as we are, is to represent the character, image, and likeness of God in all we do.