Well, it’s a new year, 2010 … and to celebrate the new year, I’ve decided to pack up the “Sunday Setlists” blog carnival that has been hosted here for over a year and move it to a place where it will get even more exposure and participation … TheWorshipCommunity.Com.
So from now on, TWC will be the “hub” for “Sunday Setlists” and I’ll be posting our worship service recaps here as a regular person! So … without further ado, here we go.
Sunday Setlist for St. Simons Community Church
Sunday, Jan 3 2010
It was our first service of the year and we had a limited, short rehearsal on Saturday morning, Jan 2. As a result, we opted to do familiar material with the exception of one new song, my favorite “Christ Is Risen” by Matt Maher.
Here’s a glimpse of our production sheets from PlanningCenterOnline.
Walk In: “Everlasting God”
Opening Song: “Glory to God Forever”
Second Set of Songs:
“Marvelous Light” (led by Shannon Lewis, one of our favorite songs at SSCC)
“Lead Me to the Cross” (led by Michele May, great job girl!)
“Christ Is Risen” (Matt Maher, I heard this song at the National Worship Leader Conference last summer and have been waiting nearly 6 months to introduce it. I love, love, love this song! After the services I had more people than I can count who found me to say how much they loved the tune.)
Sermon: “Above the Noise”, Part 1.
We’re starting a new series called “Above the Noise” – hearing God’s voice through the noise of life. In Pastor David’s absense, we had Larry Wade, one of SSCC’s Edlers who did the teaching and it was fantastic. Larry is an awesome storyteller/teacher and really pegged us with a new year’s question …
“what is God saying to me”?
To close things out I thought it would be appropriate to sing “Heart of Worship” which went over well.
It was great to be back!
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