Yeah sounds like Georgia-growing up in Bible Belt it's something that's pretty common place-a church on every corner just as you described. My parents went to church some my first ten years or so of life but after that I didn't enter except for funerals and weddings and pretty antagonistic to it in my life and classroom till I was about 45 and had a spiritual awakening. Anyways a lot of the churches now have a traditional service with pews ,choir and organ/sometimes orchestra and then a concert service for younger crowd more rock oriented with cool effects and what not. I've been to both services and played at both which shocking even to myself I like the traditional better for some reason. Speaking of old lady organist -reminds me of a visiting pastor noting our gray haired organist (who was still young just premature grey) and he was commenting how he so enjoyed little ole ladies playing organ-I busted a gut.That's not even a church at this point, its a theatre. No pews, no altar, no statues, no crucifix, no windows. Instead it has theatre seating, a stage, screens, projectors, a massive sound system, and what looks to be an engineered acoustic ceiling. It's more akin to Walmart in structure, and costs probably as much. I'm not knocking on anyone's religion or house of worship. These types of churches are everywhere here in Arkansas. It's just not what I think of when I think of a church. I spent my first 15 years of life in the NE, where churches have steeples with bells, vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows, wooden pews and an altar. The churches I remember only have an organ, an old lady who plays it, and they are shoved away to the side or back of the church where they aren't seen.
As for the click, the more you use it the easier and more natural it will become.