Been there - it's gret.
I grew up going to a Reform temple, so I was a little nervous (to put it lightly). I THOUGHT that they were for more religious people than myself.
The Rabbi is a real 'mentch'. He made me feel extrememly comfortable. I couldn't read Hebrew, yet I felt like an equal participant in the service. I was made to feel like I was the most imprtant one there. (Turns out, everyone feels the same way.)
And the Rabbi's wife Rochy? She is sooo nice, and she made my wife feel like a queen. Besides all that delicious food she prepares for each of the Shabbat dinners, she ran a kids program during the service as well.
Needless to say - after that first visit - I went back again and again.
I still pay annual dues at my Conservative temple, but for the real Jewish experience, I go to Chabad!