I'm not talking about the variety of services they offer; those vary so greatly between churches/denominations that you almost can't even keep up when visiting a church. Those are HUGE differences in where you decide to worship.
However, isn't there a difference where you go beyond that?
I've grown up in the Old-Fashioned (time, way, etc.) Missionary Baptist Church. From the time my parents brought me home from the hospital, all through my child-hood, through my teenage/college years, and into adult-hood. Even within our churches there are huge differences in how they worship. I always desired to see sincerity wherever I went. I'm a firm believer that when you have been saved, you have a strong desire to see God praised with everything you have. The Bible tells us that God is worthy to be praised. He is!
The church I grew up in, was a small-country Missionary Baptist Church in the middle of nowhere Kentucky. Anywhere from 50-100 people would gather on Sunday Mornings to worship. Oh, how I fondly remember the good Saints of God who could barely make it up the church steps into the little building begin to praise the Lord with everything they had. Singing (in 4-part harmony I might add), Shouting, Testifying, Prayer (from the entire congregation all at once), to Sermons preached by a God-called Minister who used the word of God to rightly divide the truth as Paul tells us to do.
Today, I am the Pastor of one of the most sincere churches I have ever had the privilege to stand and preach before. Nope, we don't have a welcoming committee....the church is the welcoming committee. Nope, we don't have a schedule of service....God has the schedule and we are charged to follow HIM. Nope...we don't have a praise and worship team, because those of us who have been saved can do that anyways.
The difference is, we have something to worship about. God Made us, God Saved us, and God has Kept us. If that doesn't fill your cup to overflowing, not much will. We aren't a large church, but oh how our church has a mind and heart to worship. There is a difference.
Come Visit sometime, and I can tell you this, you will find a blessing if you'll come expecting one.