Sunday Setlists #72 – Worship Service Recaps #sundaysetlists


Hey Everybody,

Here we are – the 72nd consecutive week of “Sunday Setlists” – the blog carnival where we share our songs, creative elements, sermons, and recaps of our worship services.

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1.  Blog about your worship services this week.  (Don’t have a blog, just leave it in the comments below)
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My Worship Confessional for SSCC

Good services today.  Both services felt heavy, somewhat disconnected from the get-go.  Maybe it was just me!  Maybe it was the colder, dreary weather.  Maybe people were just tired.  Or more likely, it was a spiritual fog … you could feel it.  Nevertheless, we had a good day and I’m sure lives were challenged and changed for the Kingdom.

Walk In:
“Gloria/In Excelsis Deo”  (Mercy Me)

Opening Song:
“Glory to God Forever” (Fee/Beeching)

Middle Worship Set:
“O Come All Ye Faithful”
“Agnus Dei”

I moved to the piano on the middle set and enjoyed a more acoustic sound.  Russ Hutto moved from acoustic guitar to cover keyboard/strings, and Kimbo, our electric guitarist, moved over to acoustic – so we had no electric at all.  Personally, I liked the arrangements a lot!

Closing Song:
The Glorious Impossible (Cartee)

This song fit perfectly with the new sermon series, “Just Like Us” as we study the reality of Jesus being fully God, yet fully human.

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38 comments on “Sunday Setlists #72 – Worship Service Recaps #sundaysetlists

  1. Gary Durbin says:

    hey fred…sounds like a cool set up.

  2. It’s 6:45 am; just glad to get this one in before heading off to work!

  3. Lori Biddle says:

    WOW! That’s all I’m sayin’

  4. Just posted our setlist from yesterday. Thanks!!

  5. Eddy Mann says:

    maybe it’s the season Fred… but I find myself longing for an acoustic Christmas

  6. Eric Frisch says:

    Those acoustic services can be a lot of fun! Just posted ours.

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  8. an AMAZING time with Sarah Kelly with us and more! video is up as usual of the whole service

  9. Thanks for keeping this rolling Fred. Westhill’s setlist is posted!


  10. Travis Jones says:

    Yo! Set list is up!

  11. Sounds like an awesome set, though.

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  13. Bobby Gilles says:

    This Sunday we had Keith and Kristyn Getty (“In Christ Alone,” “O Church Arise,” etc.) at Sojourn to lead us in worship during the evening services. We took some photos of the Getty’s and their band while playing, for

  14. Jim Drake says:

    Sorry I was late to the party–too much christmas and not enough time!

  15. Russ Hutto says:

    Posted my setlist!

  16. Kyle says:

    Wonderful service. Band played well. Great engagement. Was chewing on the revelation as the work of the Holy Spirit as a point of remembrance (Luke 24:30-32).

  17. Sunday Setlist post is up.

  18. Tracie says:

    My favorite part of the worship was your story about putting up Christmas lights 🙂 I love honesty. When we are weak HE is strong. Praise God for that!

    1. Tracie,
      Yeah, some say it’s suicide to be “real” … but I think authenticity and transparency are key to really being able to connect w/ those you lead.

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