Sunday Setlists #21 – Share Your Worship Recap

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**** Sunday Setlists for St. Simons Community Church, Dec 14, 2008 ******

Sermon Intro Video:

Constructing Christmas Intro Video from SSCC on Vimeo.

Today was my LAST SUNDAY leading worship at SSCC this year.  Next Sunday I’ll be part of our “Jingle Jam” performance of “Charlie Brown Christmas”, so I’ll be back in the Kid’s Clubhouse Theater the whole time.

Pre-Service Jam:
“Go Tell It On the Mountain” – I worked up a light jazz arrangement of this tune, and the rhythm section did an awesome job learning it as the last minute … we were swinging away, enjoying playing this song before our walk-in.  We started this at :10 till service time.

Walk In Song:
“Silent Night” – Mercy Me version.  Gary, our bassist switched to mandolin to start this song out and it was very cool to have that.

Opening Set:
“No Other Name” (Todd Fields, Northpoint Live version)
“Hark the Herald Angels Sing” (Traditional Version, added my “Doxology” verse)

Second Set:
“O Holy Night” – this was a special, with Amy, one of our new singers.  I just played it traditional-style from the grand piano while Amy sang.  Elizabeth came in on the second time through with the strings and it made it sound even better!  There was a short silence afterwards, then great applause for this Christmas favorite.

“WIth All I Am” – Hilllsong Version

Constructing Christmas, Part 2 – Pastor David Yarborough led us through the Old Testament with numerous examples of how God was constructing and planning the birth of Christ from the fall of man.

“You Are My King” (Amazing Love)

It was a great day, and I felt good about both services.  We made several transitional changes in between our 9:00 and 11:00 services that helped the flow.

Your Turn!

Sunday Setlists Participants

1. Jason Petermann
2. HL McConnell
3. David Lindner
4. Brad Hafner
5. Billy Chia
6. matt macdonald
7. Mike Mahoney
8. Rick
9. Kyle (Our Rising Sound)
10. windbag
11. Matt Embry
12. Johnny Sierra
13. Jim Drake
14. Amanda
15. Gary Durbin
16. Jordan
17. Dorothy (vicar of vibe)
18. James Ridgers (@englishguy)
19. Lori Biddle
20. Louise Knight
21. Bobby Gilles
22. Russ Hutto
23. David Goodwin
24. Wayne Thomas
25. Steffanie Oltmans
26. Rich Kirkpatrick RKWL
27. Cosima
28. Ronnie Burgess (MandoRon)
29. Brandon Teer
30. Michelle Weger (Collision)
31. Ben Abu Saada (Overland Park, KS)
32. Eric Frisch
33. Shawn Stinson
34. Jason Petermann

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53 comments on “Sunday Setlists #21 – Share Your Worship Recap

  1. Wow! I made it first this week! Ha! Set list posted!

    Jason Petermanns last blog post..Worship Confessional: December 14, 2008

  2. HL says:

    Missed last for the first time. Fred, I love your blog it’s been a help to me in many ways. 21 weeks. Awesome man. Blessings…HL

    HLs last blog post..Songs We Sing @ Vine 12-07-08

  3. We’re doing the MercyMe arr. of Silent Night next week. What else did you have besides mandolin on that one?

    David Lindners last blog post..Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast – Episode 0020 – Perfectionism

  4. dawn says:

    I absolutely LOVED the version of silent night you played today. O Holy night was sooooooooo beautiful. Really touched my soul. Thank you.

  5. Brad Hafner says:

    Hello….I love the video! Very cool stuff from the Tech guys.

  6. Billy Chia says:

    This was my last Sunday too – although in a different way than yours. A Charlie Brown Jingle Jam sounds pretty fun.

    Billy Chias last blog post..Leaving Chase Valley Church

  7. Mike says:

    I love “O Holy Night!”

    Mikes last blog post..Sunday Setlist – December 14

  8. Rick says:

    Done. Thanks, Fred.

    Ricks last blog post..Worship Confessional: 12/14/2008

  9. Kyle says:

    Last Sunday before I have to play Christmas songs. Lord help me.

    Kyles last blog post..Letter to pastors: Stop complaining about worship songs

  10. windbag says:

    I returned to the Sunday Setlists after a few weeks off. The other worship leader led a couple of weeks and I had a very bad couple of weeks. It ended up being a misunderstanding, which has since been resolved, but I actually threw in the towel two weeks ago and resigned completely from the worship team. In short, I’m back. This morning was incredible worship. The team is graceful, and we flowed like a team in a way we haven’t in awhile.

    windbags last blog post..December 14, 2008 Setlist

  11. Awesome setlist Fred, I like the mixture of Christmas songs with regular worship song. How did amazing love go for you guys? That is a classic!

    Johnny Sierras last blog post..Hey! So glad you dropped a comment over on my site…

  12. Jim Drake says:

    Yo ho ho Freddo!

    Thanks for doing this. My post is up!

    Jim Drakes last blog post..Worship Post-Fessional, Dec. 14, 2008

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  15. Amanda says:

    Great stuff this week! 🙂

    Amandas last blog post..Sunday Setlists – 12/14/08

  16. Gary Durbin says:

    O Holy Night is coming next week for us.

    Gary Durbins last blog post..Worship Confessional 12.14.08

  17. We had great services today. Thanks to all for posting their lists. This has been a great resources.

  18. James says:

    I’m in!

    Jamess last blog post..Set List 12/14/08

  19. Well, I would have been first but believe it or not, our power went out. Ugh!
    I failed to mention our worship leader who has been on EVERY Sunday since June, finally got a well deserved Sunday off. She produced today instead.
    Been enjoying all the posts and comments on singing Christmas Carols. i vote that we sing the appropriate ones through out the year.

    dorothy (vicar of vibe)s last blog post..imago…

  20. Lori Biddle says:

    Another great weekend! I feel so fortunate to be in this amazing position serving our Lord!!

    Lori Biddles last blog post..authentic worship

  21. posted Worship Confessional on the blog…

  22. Silent Night with a Mandolin. That must have had teary eyes!

    Louise Knights last blog post..Emmanuel

  23. Now that I’ve listened to the Mercy Me version, my comment is rubbish. I thought it would be a quiet one with the mandolin being picked. Sigh…that would have been wonderful.

    Louise Knights last blog post..Emmanuel

  24. Bobby Gilles says:

    Charlie Brown Christmas? Make sure you instruct the singers to follow the lead of the television show, in craning their necks back and looking straight up into the air while singing.

    I’ve actually tried it — doesn’t do much for tone. But those Peanuts kids made it work for them. 🙂

    Bobby Gilless last blog post..Liturgical Readings For Christmas: Prayer of Confession, Celebration of Assurance & Prayer for Illumination

  25. Fred says:

    The best part is timing the breathing so that pig pen’s dust bombs don’t get inhaled on those big, deep breaths. MERRY CHRISTMAS, CHARLIE BROWN

  26. Fred says:

    @louise – you sound like one of our other worship leaders, she things Silent Night can ONLY be done as a lullaby.

    @johnny – Amazing Love (You Are My King) has been a “reservoir” song for us for some time … .it’s always effective.

    @windbag, glad you’re back
    @dawn – i LOVE it when people who are actually IN our services come to Sunday Setlists and comment .. thanks!

    @billy – praying for you
    @David, I used Mandolin w/ a bit of Hi-Hat during the 1st verse, then added bass, drums (brushes), bass, and acoustic guitar and acoustic piano on the 2nd part, and then dropped back out to only HH and mandolin on the 3rd verse. Pretty much covered it just like the MercyMe.

  27. Russ says:

    Better late than never! I also included my set list from my Friday “community” set (played in an open mic competition).

    Russs last blog post..Sunday Setlist [12.14.08]

  28. Wayne Thomas says:

    Our Children’s Choir brought the house down yesterday! LOL! There is a very sweet and special, spiritual dynamic going on when little ones sing about the Lord!

    Great set lists everyone!!


    Wayne Thomass last blog post..Sunday Set List – 12/14/08

  29. Wayne Thomas says:

    How do I change this picture on my posts?

    Wayne Thomass last blog post..Sunday Set List – 12/14/08

  30. Peter Park says:

    What’s it like working with the kids?

  31. I finally got mine posted it felt like it took forever this week.

    Steffanie Oltmanss last blog post..Sunday Set-list December 14, 2008

  32. Wayne Thomas says:

    My wife leads worship along side me. But she is the one who does the children’s choir. She’s very talented, and loves the kids. It’s awesome.

    Wayne Thomass last blog post..Sunday Set List – 12/14/08

  33. Cosima says:

    Hey Fred, blessings!

    Nice to be numbered with the many. Thanks for the “Sunday Setlists”

    Cosimas last blog post..Sunday Setlist Confessional 12.14.08

  34. Brandon Teer says:

    Setlist is posted!!! Finally!

    Brandon Teers last blog post..Sunday Set List 12.14.2008

  35. Eric Frisch says:

    This week I’m the late one! Was out of town and without internet access for the last couple of days.

    Eric Frischs last blog post..12/14/08 Set List

  36. You Are My King worked great for us too.

    Shawn Stinsons last blog post..Sunday Setlist 12-14-08

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