Sunday Setlists Week #42 – Worship Celebrations #sundaysetlists


Happy Mother’s Day!

As we celebrate the 42nd consecutive week of “Sunday Setlists”, let’s remember our Mothers.  Thank God for Moms, right?  I gotta say how proud I am of my wife,  Joy.  Not only is she an incredible wife and mom … she’s bad to da bone – and completed her first ever triathlon this morning.  What a way to spend Mother’s Day – hitting the water at 7:20 AM for a triathlon.  I was “Mr. Mom” for the weekend and kept our 4 kids.  It’s been a blast.

Sunday Setlists Blog Carnival

So here it is – Week #42.  For full details on the vision and purpose behind “Sunday Setlists”, please click here.
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How to Participate:

  1. Blog about your worship services this week.  Share about your songs, arrangements, sermon series, and media/creative elements.  (If you don’t have a blog, feel free to share your recap in the comments box below.)
  2. If you blog, please link back to this post in your blog, and share that you are participating in the “Sunday Setlists” blog carnival at FredMcKinnon.Com.  The URL that you should use in linking back in your post for this week is:
  3. Fill out the Mister Linky box below – be sure you put the URL back to your actual “Sunday Setlists” post.
  4. Leave a comment and take some time to visit all the other links to see what other churches are doing.
  5. Share with your friends and readers.  Twitter users, please use the #sundaysetlists hashtag.

Worship Setlist for St. Simons Community Church, 5/10/09

Wow, what an incredible time of worship today.  He brought in a new guitarist who recently got saved.  He did a great job and it was awesome seeing our regular bass player out there on the 2nd row with his wife and family worshiping Jesus.

Today I could really hear the people singing.  I think it had a lot to do with the arrangements and the song selections.  It’s one of the most beautiful sounds ever – hearing your people sing to God.

Walk-In Song:  “Revival” (From Revival in Belfast)

Opening Song:  “Let Everything That Has Breath”

Second Set:
“Everlasting God”
“Revelation Song”  (started in C, and did a cool modulation to D coming out of the 3rd verse, very powerful)

Heroes – Part 1 (honoring our parents and moms, specifically)

Communion Set:
“This is the Gift of God” (Carl Cartee)
“O The Blood/Nothing But the Blood of Jesus Medley” (old-school, simple medley)
“Mighty Is The Power of the Cross”

It was a great time at SSCC.  There was a very upbeat feeling in the room today.

Just before the sermon we played “The Mom Song” on the big screens … if you haven’t see this yet, it’s worth the watch:

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74 comments on “Sunday Setlists Week #42 – Worship Celebrations #sundaysetlists

  1. Kit Palmer says:

    WooHoo #1 Happy Mother’s Day to all you moms out there.

  2. windbag says:

    Cool video. I ran out of breath just listening to her. Happy Mother’s Day, ladies.

  3. Tracie says:

    Half way through the mom song video I noticed the sign language interpreter. Sort of made me laugh watching how fast she had to go. WOW. Props to her for keeping up!

  4. Lee says:

    Wow, week 42! This is my first contribution. Hi everyone and happy Mothers Day to all the non-Brits!

  5. Randy Neufeld says:

    Hey gang,

    Great list Fred. I had scheduled “Revelation Song” but pulled it at the last minute … too great a song to not do it very well.

    Blessings all …. Happy Mom’s day to all the moms!


  6. shawn yoder says:

    ha, wish i would have seen that video before Mothers Day! That would have been great to play at the outset of our service

  7. Posted! Thanks Fred!

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  9. Alastair says:

    Been a while since I’ve been able to participate. Glad to be back.

    1. Jen Kerr says:

      hey everybody..
      I have no idea how my name got bolded and a smiley face.. anybody know why that is happening? strange?
      Hope your worship was amazing this week!

      1. danieljohn says:

        Jen – the smiley face is to help you locate where you are within the list, and it happens for each user who posts on fred’s mr. linkey. this smiley face is for the community – 🙂

  10. Brad Hafner says:

    I wish we would have thought about showing that video. It’s really true! What are you doing reading this comment, you should be making one at my blog! Well…get with it!

  11. Mike says:

    Happy Mother’s Day, all!

  12. Eric Frisch says:

    Missed this last week! Good to be back today!

  13. Will Beaty says:

    Fred, love that you were able to give someone on your team a break and that they were able to worship with their family. Our group is still too small for that so I have to schedule a acoustic set every so often so I can give a people a break and a chance to worship with their families. It is so, so important. Thanks.

  14. Justin K says:

    Hey all!
    Happy Mother’s Day to you guys

    I’ve got mine posted! 🙂

  15. I love hearing the people singing too Fred! A great day (and I’ll have to try that Revelation Song modulation).

  16. Hearing the congregation sing is always inspiring and a powerful positive witness to any seekers present!!! Thanks for sharing.

  17. Steff says:

    Happy Mother’s Day!!

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  20. Happy mother’s Day!

  21. danieljohn says:

    Loved the video – I was rolling and the tv crew wondered what I was watching, so I played it for them too (even though they were supposed to be paying attention to the sermon). More than the video though, I thought the setlist was wonderful and I keep seeing “This Is The Gift Of God” pop-up everywhere. I think we’re going to have to pull that in.

    Thanks Fred for this great resource!

  22. Gary Durbin says:

    hey fred…how’s Revelation Song going for your church?

  23. Jim Drake says:

    Oh.. I forgot about the Mom Song.. that would have been funny. Next year for sure.

    List posted… I’m busy with play production this week too.. so I’m crazy (but you already knew that)


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  25. Lori Biddle says:

    Sorry, I goofed and accidentally hit the space bar and my first entry was not correct.

    We had a great Mother’s Day weekend!!

    And I have one more very important thing to say … GO CLEVELAND CAVS! ha ha

  26. LeAnn Thomas says:

    Better late (and last) than never, eh? 🙂


  27. Eddy Mann says:

    Loved the video, what a giggle!

  28. Trisha says:

    Sorry Fred! Thanks for the help!

  29. Russ Hutto says:

    Great Day!

    Checking out the Mom Song.

  30. It was a great day!

  31. Jeff Miller says:

    Ah, I should have held out for #42 on week #42. Keep all the setlists coming folks. I love seeing what all of you are doing.

  32. Kyle says:

    Crazy busy day, Mother’s Day, 16 baby dedications. Wonderful day.

  33. Paul J. says:



    Sorry. I’m number 55. Had to be done.

    We did “Everything That Has Breath” also. Love that tune.

    Paul Joseph

  34. Psyched to be a part of what you have going on here! Looking forward to connecting with people Rocking it for the Kingdom!

  35. Janaki says:

    Sorry so late! Here’s my recap.

  36. Jon McKanna says:

    absolutely loving “revelation song” right now and trying to find a week to plug it in…

    as always thanks fred for hosting!!!

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