Sunday Setlists #11 – Share Your Worship Recap

Hey Everybody – Welcome back to the ever-growing Sunday Setlists!

Each Sunday I share a recap of what happened in our church services and ask you to do the same.  You blog about it, post back here, and then link out there … and we have a great “blog carnival” of sorts to network and share with each other (and everyone else) what we are doing in our churches.

For the carnival to work, you have to follow these rules:

1.  Write your blog, video recap (worship confessional), etc. about your worship service this week.  In the blog, you should link back to THIS POST by saying someting about Sunday Setlists:

2.  Fill out the “Mr. Linkey” widget below – be sure the link you leave goes directly to your Sunday Setlist post, and not your blog’s homepage. (homepage links will be removed)

3.  Leave a comment below.

4.  Spread the word (post a twitter if you have one!) and visit the other links and comment on their pages if you can!

***** Sunday Setlist for St. Simons Community Church, Oct. 5, 2008 *****

It was my first time back on the stage in three weeks – the past two Sundays Joy and I have been in Mexico.  It was great to be back.

Walk-In Song:  “For All You’ve Done”

Opening Song:  “Not To Us”
(I started this song waaaay to fast in the 9:00 service, but it was just right at 11:00)

*Announcements – I handled the welcome and announcements, and handed it over to one of the ladys in our church who did an announcement about the upcoming women’s conference.

Second Set:
“Everlasting God” – during this song we sung the Verse, Chorus, Verse, Chorus, and then had a short guitar solo.  During the guitar solo, I brought a man up from the front row who read the last few verses from Isaiah 40 about this song while the band quietly vamped the “A” chord.  It was a great way to connect this song to the very Scripture it represents.

“God of Wonders”
“Holy, Holy, Holy” – in the 9:00 we only had time to sing two verses, but we sang all four in the 11:00.  It was just me playing a rhodes keyboard patch and the people singing.  It got louder and more powerful as people began to sing.

Sermon:  Jonah 3 – the God of Second Chances

We heard a powerful testimony from a young man who recently was electrocuted with over 7200 volts.  Nobody survives this much of a shock yet God spared his life.  He’s lived to share his story about his second chance.  David’s sermon was about second chances, and picking up and “going” to do God’s will.

Closer:  Come Ye Sinners

It was a great service.  In between the 9:00 and 11:00 we had “FamJam”, which is where the “parents bring their kids to church” on first Sunday of each month.

Your turn!

Sunday Setlists Participants

1. Chris Harrison
2. Randy Neufeld (Westhill Park Baptist)
3. Mike Mahoney
4. Jim Drake
5. Paul Joseph (Dude! I\’m in the Top 5!)
6. Wayne Thomas
7. HL McConnell
8. Dorothy (vicar of vibe)
9. Billy Chia
10. Gary Durbin
11. brent(inworship)
12. Amanda
13. jon mark
14. Alastair
15. Angela Ramsey
16. Russ Hutto
17. Eric Sparks
18. Bobby Gilles
19. Sunny Cain
20. Matthew Daniel (For The Journey)
21. beth
22. Jay Sellers
23. Rich Kirkpatrick
24. Jeff M. Miller
25. Jamey Ketchum
26. Peter Green
27. Pat Callahan
28. Kim Bontrager
29. Kyle Campos(Our Rising Sound)
30. janaki
31. Ben (Grace Church, Overland Park, KS)
32. Nick Pounders (Life Connections Church – Hillsboro, OR)
33. Jake Gehret
34. Brad Hafner
35. Steve Sprecker
36. Cynthia Cullen
37. mark roach
38. Dean Lusk
39. Brandon Teer
40. Matt Stevens
41. Michelle Weger (Collision)
42. David Goodwin
43. Tina @CVC Minden
44. David Goodwin

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50 comments on “Sunday Setlists #11 – Share Your Worship Recap

  1. Chris says:

    Thanks for the linkage and the carnival. Keep it going…while I don’t participate every week, it is a weekly source of ideas and inspiration!

    Chriss last blog post..World Communion Setlist

  2. We had a great morning with a blend of traditional and contemporary styling.

    Blessings to all who serve God in music.


    Randy Neufelds last blog post..SetList – October 5, 2008

  3. Mike says:

    We had a great service this morning… the Spirit was really moving! Bless you all!

    Mikes last blog post..Sunday Setlist October 5

  4. Paul J. says:

    Elvis has entered the building.

    Paul J.s last blog post..Sunday Retrospective – October 5, 2008

  5. Wayne says:

    Cheers, mates!

    Waynes last blog post..Sunday Set List – 10/5/08

  6. Wayne says:

    We are doing Everlasting God next week, Fred. Nice set, brother!

    Waynes last blog post..Sunday Set List – 10/5/08

  7. Billy Chia says:

    “Holy, Holy, Holy” with the rhodes sounds pretty awesome man. Wish I could’ve been there to worship with you guys.

    Billy Chias last blog post..Rock It

  8. Gary Durbin says:

    I never get tired of “Holy, Holy, Holy”. That’s got be one of the greatest worship songs of all time. Great set.

    Gary Durbins last blog post..Worship Confessional 10.05.08

  9. Set list is up. I even have pics and a live tune today 🙂

    brent(inWorship)s last blog post..Sunday Setlist #5

  10. Amanda says:

    Great set list, Fred! Have a wonderful Sunday evening! 🙂

    Amandas last blog post..Sunday Setlists – 10/05/08

  11. jon mark says:

    i’m good to go with the setlist…just not as inWorship…

    jon marks last blog post..sunday setlists…take seven…

  12. jon mark says:

    as cool that is…

    jon marks last blog post..sunday setlists…take seven…

  13. Alastair says:

    Better late than never…

    Alastairs last blog post..NHC Set List – 4/5 Oct 2008

  14. Bobby Gilles says:

    7200 volts?!? Wow. What a miracle.

    Cool set!

  15. beth says:

    I’m in! Woo hoo!

    beths last blog post..Sunday Setlist 10.5.08

  16. It’s nice to get to post a set list again. Holy, Holy, Holy is one of my most favorite in the world. Just love to sing about how amazing He is….

    Matthew Daniels last blog post..Sunday Set List: The Summit Church

  17. Brad Hafner says:

    For Who You Are – Hillsong (our version kind of has a Rush-Xanadu type of beginning) Don’t laugh!!
    How Can I Keep from Singing- Tomlin
    Lift High- Fee
    Offering- Paul Baloche
    MESSAGE by Pastor Barry
    Be Lifted High – MWS version
    Only You-Crowder
    Bridge into chorus of Lift High- Fee

    Brad Hafners last blog post..bradhafnersfa: Watching Extreme Home Makeover with the special lady.

  18. Jay Sellers says:

    I was super disappointed with the awkwardness of dismissing folks before the last song just to save the volunteers the trouble of letting kids be kids for 5 more minutes, but I can imagine that will be a topic in staff meeting. Have fun with that.

    Jay Sellerss last blog post..Elevate Set for September 30, 2008

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  20. Kyle says:

    Used 2 new loops this week, you can listen to them on the set list post. Set went well, relieved.

    Kyles last blog post..10 Commandments of Blogging: How many do you break?

  21. Janaki says:

    I’m in!

    Janakis last blog post..Sunday Setlist 10/05/08

  22. Our Traditional service is at
    9 am. Avg age in that service is around 60. We use piano, 2 acoustic guitars, and one electric guitar that plays the melody line. Larry picked up his 30 yr old electric about a year ago. There is no rehearsal for this service until Sunday morning and I do lead it.
    The contemporary service is at 10:30 am Avg age is around 30. We do rehearsal on Thursday nights at 6:30 and I lead that one as well.

    Fred, I would like to thank you for your blog! I really enjoy reading what other Worship Leaders are doing and getting idea’s that we can use at Parkhill!
    Keep up the awesome work!

    Oh yeah, one more thing! ROLL TIDE ROLL!!
    I’m from Mobile! Sorry bout killin’ those dawgs! Wait a minute–no I’m not!! LOL!!

    Have Fun,
    Jn 10:10

    Jamey Ketchums last blog post..No. 8 Alabama turns up heat in first half on way to win over No. 3 Georgia

  23. Jake Gehret says:

    loved the Nick Saban article…thanks for selflessly sharing that one.

    Jake Gehrets last blog post..October 5, 2008

  24. steve says:

    Way cool use of Scripture with ‘Everlasting God’.

    steves last blog post..SHCC Sunday Set-list 10-5-08

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  26. Thanks to everyone for posting. I learn so much from all of you.

    dorothy (vicar of vibe)s last blog vocabulary…

  27. Brandon Teer says:

    7200 volts, Geez….
    Great setlist, Fred!!

    Brandon Teers last blog post..Sunday Recap

  28. Matt Stevens says:

    A day late and a dollar short!

  29. This has been so fun! Thanks for facilitating this. We also did Not to Us this week… we however played the intro for what felt like 5 minutes because I couldn’t remember how the verse started. 🙂 Finally, with a little help from my lead guitarist, I got it rolling!

    Michelle Wegers last blog post..09-28-08 Collision

  30. great spot, idea — thanks for hosting it

    david goodwins last blog post..Sunday Setlist October 12, 2008

  31. Steff says:

    Thanks for the links and the carnival. Keep it going…It’s very helpful. I love it and plan to participate weekly.

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