Hmm punk and worship together? i think it could work.
As i have said before punk music is not always about anarchy etc. it is anti establishment mostly against the government but i suppose it could be against any estabishment that tells you what to do, therefore it would not have a place for worship or maybe it could as long as the worshipping was not telling you that you had to do something because they say so.
But on the other side of things with the stlye of music and not the meaning of it then you could merge the music with the worship. I dont think anyone that was a believer would object to this. you are going to get young folk that are into punk music that do believe but dont go to church. now if they heard that their local church played punk music i think it would make them go along to see what was going on. I might even attend a service just to hear this, but I dont know if i would like the song much,lol.
I like most of all the lyrics of a song so if it was very holy holy sort of stuff i probably would care for it much.
Some songs I sing do mention god or jesus like " sam stone" by John Prine or "post war dream" by pink floyd. also i play along with a religous song when my mate plays it, dont really know what it is called but maybe " will the circle be unbroken". I dont play it because i agree with it, i just like the tune and the chorus, it is a good one for a jam, so maybe no matter the words if the chorus is a good wee catchy one, i might play or listen to anything. But it doesnt mean i have to believe in it.
LOL, i just read your post again there just now and just understood what you were meaning,lol. hahahahah, that was a good one.
I was thinking of deleting my words there as i misunderstood at first, but since i spent ages typing it i think i will leave it