We're singing in church today. This is the second we've been asked to do this. We are not a particularly musical family. I play the piano passably- well enough for a New Jersey ward but not for an Idaho ward. However, my piano playing is better than my singing, so I muddle through accompanying my husband and the boys. My husband, D, was in the Mormon Youth Chorus (back when there was one) on a fluke and has no thoughts of being a great singer. (He is good, but not what you usually hear in Sacrament Meeting.)
So we rely on the boys to get us through. They both love to sing and people don't expect little boys to be particularly in tune. They are enthusiastic and happy. Too bad they can't just sing a capella by themselves. D and I do our best to lay low.
Of course, we won't have to do this in Kyrgyzstan since we can't meet for Church with anyone else. It will be interesting to see what we miss and what we're glad to not have to worry about for a while. We were talking with the boys about some things we might miss and one said meetings. It didn't take long to decide that we wouldn't miss meetings. :)