For example, although I started attending when our church met in an Italian restaurant, it's now pretty big and meets in a modern auditorium with two services and a rough total of 1,000-1500 on campus. It's a very non-traditional church that incorporates stage lighting, a big sound system and a full band. Somewhat to my disappointment, some attendees say they used to think of it as "the concert church" when they started attending. We hired a new worship pastor a couple years ago who has added much greater depth of lyrical content and intentionality and subtlety to how lights and other media are used, but the structure unavoidably looks and functions like many concert venues.
Hymns and other ancient forms of content are incorporated frequently but with a modern redesign. No organ, no choir.
Structure is not liturgical. It varies but we usually have announcements, a song or two, a video or other variable element, offering, more singing, sermon and sometimes one more song.
Pulpit preaching is almost always from a specific text, pulling ideas from the text. (As opposed to topical, where the idea comes first and then scripture is quoted to support it.) Our pastor is not a passionate speaker, but a very down-to-earth "what does this look like in our daily grind" kind of teacher. He's also in his late 60's, and soon to be stepping down.
So how would you describe the trappings of your Sunday morning experience?