Worshiping God involves communing with Him. During worship we are uplifted in spirit and we often try to use the rarest of words to praise and eulogise God. At such times using words from a second or even third language may not be befitting. Your choice word, most certainly, will not convey the root meaning of what you intend to say. In almost every culture, there is a language the people commune with God which cannot be successfully interpreted in a “foreign” language.
In the light of the above discuss, it is surprising to note that the diocese of one of main churches in Lagos does not allow the use of languages other than English or Yoruba for all Sunday services.