The Different Worship Styles You See At Church

As we stood and sang worship songs today, I catalogued the different styles of worship at church:

1. The one-hand-raised-above-the-head person

2. The two-hands-raised-above-the-head person (achieved when you've "Leveled Up" from one-hand-above-the-head)

3. The clapper (claps to every song)

4. The washing machine agitator (spins slightly left and right)

5. The bouncer (bounces slightly at the knees - this is especially popular among parents holding small children)

6. The receiver (hands turned upward just below shoulder-level; face upturned; eyes closed)

7. The Axl Rose shuffler (dips the left shoulder then dips the right shoulder - especially popular among the worship band)

8. The swayer (sways side to side - this is me and I'd like to apologize to those trying to see the words on the screen)

What did I miss?

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