I think the people who make churchgoers do this kind of thing are the same ones who bully people into all kinds of things "because you'll enjoy it". And simply refuse to believe anyone who says they don't enjoy it. No part of a church service should be compulsory - you should never be made to feel uncomfortable for not joining in - I've sat silently through hymns, chosen not to do the "Anglican aerobics" (sit - stand - kneel - sit or kneel - stand - etc), not gone up for communion - depending on what feels appropriate to me at the time. It's one of the ways I would measure the suitability of a church - if I feel pressured to do things I don't think it would suit me!
Actions to the Lord's Prayer indeed - where exactly does it say that Jesus taught his followers that the way to God was by joining in the actions?