ByFaithOnline has posted an article by Quentin Schultze entitled "Technology and Worship." Here’s a snippet:
Perhaps the best term we could use today to talk about the value of new technologies in worship is the biblical concept of "fittingness." Does the use of particular technologies in particular ways fit with the purpose and flow of the worship? We don’t use a hammer to drive a screw, and we ought not to use communications technologies in ways that interfere with communication in worship — with communication among God, the congregation, and individual members. Again, think of the flow of worship as a kind of dialogue; as soon as the dialogue is interrupted, worship is no longer "fitting." Worship is not meant to be like a performance or movie, where "consumers" passively take in the messages from the experts.