When I lived in Germany in the 80s, the church service was very classic traditional off the air base. Hymns....some in Latin could be heard often in acapella. Here in Fort Wayne, at Saint Michael's where I play Saturday afternoon service with the group Life Song, it is Contemporary Christian music about 8 to 9 songs. There is no organ. Now, at Mount Calvary where I play for the group Golgotha on Sun mornings, there is a huge pipe organ that the Music Director plays for early service. We play 3 to 5 songs. Some are Contemporary Christian, some are traditional hymnal based songs about a 50/50 mix. Most of the time there is no blass player unless I am there and there is not a lead guitar player. The MC plays piano and/or guitar depending on the song. He is quite an accomplished pianist and I am hard pressed to learn the music. I have been at this for just over two years. It is interesting how the music varies from one Lutheran Church to another in the same town.