No offense to preachers, but my personal trigger for worship has always been music. No preacher can say what Isaac Watts and Fannie Crosby expressed in the hymns they penned.
Music has a massive effect on my spirit and attitude. i am moved during the Lenten Season when I hear and sing "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?" and "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross."
Lenten hymns bring me back in focus, redirect my wayward thoughts, and send me from worship wanting to follow my Jesus to the Cross. These hymns are haunting, riveting, and inspiring. Music is my trigger for worship; my means of giving back to God. What is your worship trigger? Is it music, sermon, prayer, Bible study? Think about worship. What inspires you most?
Consider how all arts of a cooperate worship service are designed to draw you close to God.
Of all the seasons of the Liturgical year, the Lenten Season should be the one where we Christians should desire to be in worship. We all need a reminder of the Passion of Christ, and hymns in worship are about the best way to get back in touch with the reality of Jesus' journey to the Cross.
Martin Luther said, "Beautiful music is the art of the prophets that can calm the agitations of the soul; it is one of the most magnificent and delightful presents God has given us." We can return that gift when we come to worship.