In popular media, whenever there is a case of demonic possession or oppression, I almost always see a Catholic response to the supernatural forces at work. The Catholic Church being as prominent as it is, that isn't entirely surprising. I have recently seen other films that try to branch out from this: THE POSSESSION deals with a dybbuk box and Jewish exorcism, for example; and THE LAST EXORCISM, I believe (perhaps wrongfully) takes a more Southern-influenced Protestant alternative.
So I guess my question is: if there were to be a case of demonic possession that a non-Catholic Christian church became aware of, believed to be genuine, and was willing to confront, what would be an alternative to the pop-culture Catholic method?
I myself live in the South, and was raised Baptist, although I don't conform to any one denomination. I've never heard of a Baptist congregation confronting someone they believed to be possessed, but I'm not going to say it doesn't happen. I can't speak for other denominations either, in any part of the country, and I'm just curious as to see if anyone has more knowledge on the subject that I do. I know that there are certain traditions that exist, however, although I don't know that I can call them formal traditions: pastors and congregations praying around a house, for example, or praying over the afflicted, etc.
I'm currently writing a book about this sort of thing, and I'm trying to do my due diligence by researching some of this stuff I know woefully little about. So anything you would be able to help me with would be greatly appreciated. Please and thank you.