Just a word to my pastor friends who may be lured into leaving their churches for "greener pastures" or for anyone who picks a church because of all the external adornments (charisma of the music minister, portfolio of the ministry programs, size of playground on the children's annex, cleverness of the preacher's funny stories, etc etc). I say this because I often hear of people being "called by God" to big and busy churches in well manicured and well-to-do suburbs. Of course God wants the gospel preached there too but be careful that not all external appearances indicate ease and success. Consider the external scenery of the isalnd of Crete where Titus was called to "set in order what remains and appoint elders in every city".
Sounds like fun! Instead of picking a church based on the superficial just do this... if you are a pastor, go where the gospel is needed. If you are a layman looking for a church home, go where the gospel is proclaimed.