Welcome to the 29th week of “Sunday Setlists” – we are now over 1/2 of a year into “Sunday Setlists” and it’s growing each week – thanks to YOU!
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Here we go – my “Worship Confessional” for St. Simons Community Church, Sunday Feb 8, 2009
Since I was off at the re:create 2009 conference this past week, I didn’t schedule myself for Sunday. I enjoyed a Sunday off the platform, so our worship was led by Harriet, one of the incredible worship leaders here at SSCC. Harriet dipped back a few years and pulled some of the older songs that haven’t been done in a while – here’s a rundown of the service. We had two baby dedications, so things were cut back a bit more than normal.
Step By Step (Rich Mullins)
The Happy Song (Delirious) *added harmonica, very nice
Days of Elijah
(one baby at 9:00 service, another at 11:00)
Softly and Tenderly (special music, the traditional hymn, slow and contemplative. People got saved this week!)
Sing to the King
It’s Personal – testimony video (powerful)
Coming to Terms, Week 2 of the “It’s Personal” series
Take My Life (Third Day)
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