Sunday Setlists #63 – Worship Service Recaps


Hey Everybody,

Welcome to the 63rd week of a bunch of folks coming together and celebrating this thing called “Sunday Setlists” … where we share recaps of our worship services, setlists, creative ideas, sermon series, etc.

For more details on the “Sunday Setlists” program, click here.
To receive a reminder email each week to post your setlist, click here.

Here’s a recap on how to participate:

1.  Blog about your worship services this week.  (Don’t have a blog, just leave it in the comments below)
2.  In your blog or worship service recap, please mention that you are participating in the “Sunday Setlists” blog carnival at FredMcKinnon.Com and link to today’s post, which is:
3.  Leave your URL in the “Mister Linky” box below, making sure the URL goes directly to your “Sunday Setlists” blog post (not your blog’s homepage)
4.  Leave a comment and visit the other links to see what is happening in worship services worldwide.
5.  Spread the word on FaceBook, Email, Your Blog, and Twitter.  (in Twitter, use #sundaysetlists hashtag)

My Worship Confessional for SSCC

I’m excited to be blogging today – I took a sabbatical from “social media” for the last half of this week, so it’s good to be back.

I really enjoyed our worship times at SSCC this morning.  We were focusing on the “younger brother” … the prodigal son and his story from Luke in our “Lost + Found” series.

Walk-in:  “Glory to God Forever” (Fee/Beeching)
Opening Song:  “Love the Lord” (Lincoln Brewster)

I usually don’t do announcements if I’m leading worship but it was one of those Sundays where we needed to keep things moving.  As a result, I did announcements and moved into a time of reading from Psalm 33 where we encouraged everyone to rejoice in the Lord.  This brought us to the second set:

“Blessed Be Your Name” (Redman)
“How Great is our God/How Great Thou Art” Medley

“Home” (Daughtry) … no kidding, this was a great closer on the Prodigal son story.  We revised a couple of lyrics but kept the overall integrity of the song and people really seemed to connect.  From there we moved into “Sing to the King” as a victory/celebration song to end on a really high note.

For those who are using Twitter, be sure and tag your tweets, pics, and videos with the #sundaysetlists hashtag … below are the most recent twitter postings from those participating:

And that’s it for us … I look forward to seeing your links … link to your blog post review (not the homepage)!

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