So in worship we're likely to hear classic hymns (LBW), hymns in a newer idiom (WOV), worldwide hymnody (WOV, Renewing Worship), and praise music (Worship & Praise), not to mention full ELCA hymnbooks devoted to particular "minority" cultures and languages.
But I wonder, where is the modernist and post-modernist musical idiom in our church music? Is there someone out there doing Philip Glass as church music? Or Ornette Coleman? Andrew Hill? Radiohead? The closest I have come was at a vespers service in Hamburg, where the organist did a very atonal improv while a local poet read poetry of a semi-religious nature. But is anyone trying to write a setting of the liturgy in the musical idioms of the early or late 20th centuries? Rothko did chapels, and Kandinsky did icons? So where's the music of abstract expressionism in our churches?