And you know what? I'm fine with that. I have no problem with churches offering opportunities for people to worship in a more relaxed atmosphere, to engage in group discussions, or for the pastor to address practical day-to-day issues in a Q&A format.
I do, however, have a problem when churches begin marketing things like this as an alternative to "normal" church. To me, it seems like an Emergent, seeker-sensitive ploy to entice the unchurched masses through the doors by supplanting expositional teaching and a strong focus on the gospel with cool music and flashy video presentations.