I went to "Church" recently - what I would call, one of 'their Churches'. It was non-denominational (Protestant) Christian Evangelical, in another old school mainstream church space. It wasn't fancy, but the congregation was earnest attractive young-ish ppl (mostly attractive single 20-something females, 4:1) and the service was sensible yet not at all traditional. Purely Gospel-focused, except for the Gin-Blossom Jesus music (totally unfamiliar to me: chanting and swaying to jesus-rock for 15 minute stretches) - nothing like traditional Roman Catholicism obviously. The community was truly sweet, kindly - I went back a few times. I also appreciated that they were very no-nonsense, emphatic: "Not every Church fits everyone" or "If this doesn't work for you, keep looking" which is an appropriate and honest pitch that let me know they weren't intrusive, demanding or untrustworthy.
Although I don't accept their dogma, I think modern evangelicals of today are far, far more advanced than the low-class & scary-looking screamers that I remember from the 80s. These folks are truly impressive: they speak coherently, they have zeal, they ARE persuasive. Giving credit where credit is due, I can see how & why ppl convert to their rising church movement, watching this young man simply testify.
(*He chokes up repeatedly, which I sense is somewhat contrived and 'plays on emotion' - that's the most cynical thing I'd say, here.)