#sundaysetlists Worship Review for SSCC, Sunday Jan 24

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Today was what I call a “float” day at church for me.  I scheduled myself off the stage and free of any leadership responsibilities.  I spent my time doing a couple of things:

1.  Fighting LiveStream:  we couldn’t broadcast live today for anything.  It kept crashing, freezing, and giving us all sorts of problems.  Drove us nuts.

2.  “Floating” to different environments.  I slipped in and out of both services in our main auditorium.  I caught some worship in Rush Hour (Middle School service) and in KidJam (Elementary Students).  It was great to see so many styles of worship, volunteers, and leaders who were engaging with the various age groups.

In our main auditorium, the worship team did a fantastic job.  They did:

Walk In:  We Shall Wear A Crown (Gospel, it rocked)
Opening:  Hosanna (Paul Baloche/Brenton Brown)

Middle Set:
Great Is Thy Faithfulness (Hymn)
How Great is our God

Special:  The Midnight Call … and Todd and Larry showed their singing skills off, wow, they were awesome.

Closing Worship:
You Have Made Me Glad (I Will Bless the Lord at All Times)
Sing to the King

I’m preparing for a big night of worship next week, and hope you’ll tune in with us next Sunday night at SSCCLive.Com, assuming we can get LiveStream to cooperate.

For the Kingdom,


About the Author
Fred McKinnon, Worship Artist, Pianist, Producer. Husband to Joy, Father of Jon Michael, Will, Rebekah, and Andrew. Lives on St. Simons Island, GA.

3 comments on #sundaysetlists Worship Review for SSCC, Sunday Jan 24

  1. Randy Neufeld says:

    Hey Fred,

    Great to do some of the “Great Hymns of the Christian Faith”. I’m finding that lately I am using more hymns and some of the great “choruses” of the 70s and 80s (at least the ones that weren’t too overdone!)

    We’ve been fortunate with uStream so far, but I often think that I should set up a backup configuration and “alternate” webpage in case we need to switch over to LiveStream at a moment’s notice.

    Have a great week.

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  3. Jen Kerr says:

    I’m back! and I’m going to try to be a more consistent blogger again!

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