Now to show a little balance, here, I have to be candid and say that I've been to some pretty awful services, too.
However my experience, thus far, has overwhelmingly been good - they would seem to be borne out by the responees, so far.
I hope you don't mind me singling you out, for a minute. It's just that I wanted to say "good for you!".
Most exJW's don't even confront the fear of "church" and go. The fact that you went, experienced it first hand (instead of relying on what the WTS or others have said about it), and found it not your thing - well, I have to admire that.
So many times I hear on this board "ah, religion and church, what a crock!" followed by a baffling silence when they are challenged about whether or not they've actually ever been. Almost as funny, though I have to give credit where credit is due, are those who go to a single church and then deride every church because they found that that church wasn't their thing.
Now please don't get me wrong, as I'm not encouraging anyone towards religion. I've often stated here that in regards to spirituality, or as I like to call it "connecting to the Divine", "religion might be one path that is useful to some as a stepping stone, but it can become a very treacherous and slippery stepping stone if all our weight remains on just that".
Sometimes even the act of willingly entering a church just to see what it's REALLY about, dispels more WTS-demons than a whole bunch of words can do. I don't negate what a huge mental barrier that step can be, for some, either. However, IMHO, it is very cathartic.
My sister went to one a few years ago, completely independant of me (I've never encouraged her that way). She phoned me up the same day to tell me, and was sooo excited. She said (to paraphrase) "Ross, I couldn't believe it. There was no cross, no collection, the singing was great, the sermon was really moving and he mentioned witnessing and Jehovah in it... it was exactly the opposite of what I had been told it was like!!!". She's been to church maybe twice since, it's not her thing, either. But I have to admire people who live life and really experience it, especially when it comes to contronting personal fears and the dreaded indoctrination.
This seems to be one area that some folks find harder than most.