There's something about the Kohen's blessing that just cuts through everything, starting from that first calling out of yvorechecha.
I attend an Orthodox shul - and my ears perked up the first time I heard him say 'shul' because I've primarily heard that in reference to Orthodoxy... e.g., a Reform Temple, a Conservative Synagogue, and an Orthodox Shul - although I see you using 'shul' there, so perhaps it's more of a stereotype than I thought.
From what I've seen of the community so far, I suspect that I'm in the minority (ha!) in that I do believe in G-d, though perhaps there are more that are lurkers.
So far, I've primarily been observing - many of the ideas discussed here are outside of my experience, and so rather than end up with my foot in my mouth, I wait until there's something that I feel comfortable commenting on.
To that end, you might be interested in http://www.trekjews.com/
- it's about Jewish connections/ideas in Star Trek, and the articles are written by a Chassidic Rabbi.