Here we go, folks – the 17th installment of “Sunday Setlists”. Please consider spreading the word via Facebook, Twitter, Email, and Blogging. ANYONE can participate – even if you aren’t the Pastor or Worship Leader … we’d just love to hear a recap of your worship services!
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**** Sunday Setlist for St. Simons Community Church, Nov 16, 2008 ***
Today I co-led with Harriet Jones, another one of our worship leaders. We sat down together earlier last week and considered the service, elements, and picked some songs that would flow together and compliment our various styles. Here’s what we came up with:
“Thank You, Lord” (Don Moen/Paul Baloche)
Comments: I wanted to introduce this as a “walk-in” song, and will use this song again next week as a fun, celebration song for Thanksgiving.
Open Set: (led by Harriet)
My Redeemer Lives (Hillsong)
Revive Us Lord (Alvin Slaughter)
Comments: Harriet led this set, and I played B3. The “Revive Us Lord” was just the Chorus, we sang it through 3x, getting faster each time.
Announcements: Larry Wade was back, making everyone laugh as usual.
Hallelujah (Your Love Is Amazing) Brian Doersen
Comment: new arrangement on his CD, starts slow, then has a seriously cool groove on it. It’s still not quite there yet in our rhythm section, but we fared OK. Tim, our acoustic guitarist was so into it during the 11:00 he forgot the song was ending, and just kept playing and playing – it was pretty funny. It started getting awkward when after a couple of times through the last bars of the ending, we’re all stopped and he’s still jamming back there. He finally figured it out, and rather than move on in awkwardness, I kinda joked about it and said “Yes, Lord – Your love makes us sing … and it REALLY makes us PLAY…” to which the congregation really chuckled, so it lighted up the weirdness.
Agnus Dei: Great flow here. Though we didn’t rehearse it this way, when we finished the song, I brought back the Chorus, just vocals and pads – it was sweet.
Sermon: today was a rare day, in that we basically took the entire sermon time to discuss our history, where we are, and where we’re doing, and specifically tied this into our building fund and capital campaign. It went really long (20+ minutes longer than normal), but our people seemed to hang in there. I hope and pray that hundreds of people will take their pledge cards home and seriously consider giving above and beyond what they are doing now. (myself included).
How Beautiful (Twila Parise
O The Wonderful Cross (Tomlin/Redman version)
It was a great day – a LONG day, but great. There was good energy on the stage, and though we had a really long rehearsal this week, it paid off and we came together quite well.
That’s a wrap for us – your time to share!
|1. Jim Drake
2. Woody – Level 13 Church
3. Mike Mahoney
4. Brad Hafner
5. Ed Schief
6. David Lindner
7. Shawn Stinson
9. Dorothy Holland
10. Gary Durbin
11. Jeff M. Miller
12. Jon Morris
13. Wayne Thomas
15. Alastair Vance
16. Steve Eller
17. jon mark
18. Eric Frisch
19. Paul Joseph
20. Angela Ramsey
21. ReadScott (Scott Magdalein)
22. WorshipCity – Youth Style
23. Ronnie Burgess (MandoRon)
24. Bobby Gilles
26. matt macdonald
|27. Dean Lusk
28. Matt Stevens
29. Brandon Teer
30. Ben Abu Saada (Overland Park, KS)
31. HL McConnell
32. Johnny Sierra
33. David Goodwin
34. Rich Kirkpatrick RKWL
35. Michelle Weger (Collision)
36. Kyle Campos (Our RIsing Sound)
37. Chris Harrison
38. Wisdom Moon
39. Jason Petermann
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