I visited a black church (African Methodist Episcopal) yesterday, and they had a disclaimer at the top of their bulletin that said, "The bulletin is only an indicator of the order of worship. We are under the dominion of the Holy Spirit, Who anoints us, leads us and guides us in worship." This seems to echo a common complaint from Pentecostals and other charismatics about churches with a strong sense of the order of service, especially those holding to a set liturgy. My question is, under what circumstances would you dispense with what was planned on a given Sunday? What would you do instead? Obviously, we must not equate spontaneity with the Holy Spirit's guidance, which is a trap that Pentecostalism sometimes seems to fall into. But shouldn't we also be careful not to be ignore the the Spirit's guidance by being too rigid?