the song you don't like has not spoilt your worship

'if the gathering is about building up and encouraging the church, then a song I don’t like presents an opportunity to love and encourage others whose tastes differ from mine. A needy friend is an opportunity for me to participate in the work of the church (the ekklēsia), listening, praying, and building him or her up. Distractions, errors, and cringe-inducing moments in the service aren’t disasters on a cosmic scale because worship continues throughout my week; Jesus continues before God’s throne, and I can join him anytime.'
Mike Cosper, Rhythms of Grace: How the Church's Worship Tells the Story of the Gospel