I would like to share a recent experience I had attending an Episcopal church.
My wife and I have been church exiles (self-imposed) for several years. Recently we started attending an Episcopal church here in Bellingham. The Episcopal Church is a branch of the Anglican communion world-wide, having split off from Anglicanism as a result of the American revolution, but remaining very much Anglican in theology and practice.
I had never attended an Episcopal Church, nor did I know much about them. Nonetheless I came with some expectations. I expected to encounter a liturgical church service relatively devoid of life and energy. I also expected to find something theologically liberal. These expectations, of course, reflected my lack of knowledge and experience. The Sunday morning services we have attended so far were indeed highly structured and liturgical, most everything coming out of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. There as also a certain lack of spontaneity; predictability being the operative word.