This post I am linking to is not tongue-in-cheek: Ten Reasons to Avoid Reformed Churches.
Some of these people simply are looking for a Prebyterian church that immerses and doesn’t baptize infants (there aren’t a whole lot of those around). If so, they’ll probably fit right in over there.
Still others think that’s what they want because it is so radically different from what they’re used to. They like how different the worship is from a Baptist or Bible church because it seems so unique. They or may not like it after a year, or even a few months. Some will; some won’t.
Some others simply can’t separate the “Baptist” part from the “dispensational” part or the “seeker-sensitive” part or the “fundamentalist” part and so they confuse Baptist theology with the seeker-sensitive movement or fundamentalism or dispensational theology.
Also, there is something to the argument that says the you should stay where you are and try to be salt and light among a church that is slipping. That is, provided (1) the church hasn’t slipped too much (like, into apostasy) and (2) you can stay and be gracious rather than sanctimonious (often a severe problem among new “converts” to Reformed theology, at least in my experience).