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Welcome to the 23rd edition of “Sunday Setlists” – a blog carnival where people share recaps of their worship services each week, link here for the master list (below) and the master list (below) hosts outbound links to some great blogs and sites featuring all the different themes, songs, and expressions of our worship encounters each week.
For the concept to work properly, please follow the rules below:
1. Share a recap of your worship experiences this week. It can be a written blog entry, a video worship confessional, or whatever you like. You can post it on your blog, or in the blog-area of social networking sites – as long as you can link directly to your post. You don’t have to be the worship leader to post – we’d love more recaps from folks who are just in the congregations! Also – if you don’t have a blog or a way to post an entry, just share your recap in the comments section at the bottom of this post!
2. In your recap, please indicate that you are participating in “Sunday Setlists at FredMcKinnon.Com” and link back to THIS SPECIFIC POST BELOW. Please don’t just link back to my homepage (fredmckinnon.com), as people on your blog may click over a few days or weeks from now, and they will find whatever I’ve most recently posted … not this “Sunday Setlists” #23 blog carnival entry:
3. After publishing your recap, including a link to this entry, fill out the “Mister Linky” form below. In the “URL” field, be sure to enter the URL that goes directly to your entry – not your homepage. Not sure how to do this? After publishing your blog entry, click on the title of your entry, and it will take you to the actual “single post” page for that specific blog entry. This is the URL you should copy and paste into the “Mister Linky” below.
*** After 23 weeks, there are plenty of folks who still don’t get #2 and #3 right. Why are they important? This is why …
*On YOUR blog: the concept of “Sunday Setlists” is to share and collaborate with others. So it’s important you do #2 so that those people who read YOUR BLOG will see the link to Sunday Setlists here on FredMcKinnon.Com, so that they can access the Master Links down in the Mister Linky area.
*On THIS blog: having the correct URL is important, because if you link to your homepage, people may be reading this entry several weeks later, and when they click that link, they’ll find whatever the most recent post is on your blog, and NOT the “Sunday Setlist” post that you’d entered a few weeks ago.
4. Leave a comment below, say “hello” to everyone, share the love, and then visit the other links …
5. Please encourage everyone that you know who blogs (and attends a worship service) to participate. Again – let’s get some folks who are NOT worship leaders … regular attenders. Let’s get their perspectives. So hit your blogroll – encourage them to participate. Twitter it. FaceBook it. MySpace it. (are those verbs now?). Yes, spread the word.
*** Sunday Setlist for St. Simons Community Church, Dec 28, 2009 ***
Here’s an interesting one … I have no Setlist. The last Sunday of every year is what we call “Church in the Home”. We encourage families to stay home and worship together. For me, we’re out of town at my in-laws. We’re going to pack up and go visit Joy’s uncle, who for the most part, stays shut in his home up in N. Georgia. We are going to worship by showing him some love, companionship, and affection. We’re taking up a few plates of leftovers from our Christmas dinners. We’ll talk about Christ, what He’s done for us, and sing some songs along the way.
I’ll enjoy the day off … but will be constantly reminded that “worship” is so much more than the rituals we go through in our buildings that we call church. And that’s a “revelation” that needs to be remembered again and again.
|1. Jim Drake
2. Jim Drake (Christmas Eve)
3. HL McConnell
4. Mike Mahoney
5. Jan Owen
6. Alison Stevens
7. justin kirkendall
9. Dorothy (vicar of vibe)
10. Gary Durbin
11. Tyler (Man of Depravity)
12. Matt Embry
13. Viqui Dill
|14. Russ Hutto
15. Johnny Sierra
16. Jason Petermann
17. Steffanie Oltmans
18. Jon Morris
20. Lori Biddle
21. WorshipCity – The Observation
22. Russell Martin
23. Ben Abu Saada (Overland Park, KS)
24. Kyle (Our Rising Sound)
25. Eric Frisch
26. David Goodwin
|27. Bobby Gilles
28. Randy Neufeld (Westhill Baptist)
29. Brandon Teer
30. jon mark
31. Michelle Weger
32. Steven Bruce (ElevatedPraise.com)
33. Ronnie (MandoRon)
34. Wayne Thomas
35. Vanessa C.
36. David Goodwin
37. Rob Petrini
39. Jennifer Hudson
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