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*** Sunday Setlist for St. Simons Community Church, January 25, 2009 ***
We had two great services today. I shared the worship leadership today with Harriet, one of the incredible worship leaders here at SSCC. If you’d like to see the public view of our “plan”, checkout our PlanningCenterOnline.Com public view. (sound, lighting, A/V cues and notes are not seen on the public view).
Walk In: “Revival” (Robin Mark, Revival in Belfast)
“For All You’ve Done” (Hillsongs)
“The Rock” (bluesy, shuffle – a crowd favorite)
“Holy is the Lord” (Tomlin)
“Jesus Messiah” (Tomlin)
Skit: We are on the 4th and final week of our “Change is Coming” series. The first week started with one of our youth pastors, Jon Blankenship, coming out on stage and trying to upstage David (the Senior Pastor) about his preaching style. It was hilarious. Jon comes back today to wrap things up, and says that David could learn to shorten his sermons – basically, that HIS kids in Youth can get the entire Bible taught in 60 seconds or less. A couple of the girls in the youth group come up and did a “rap” that takes you from Genesis to Revelation in 60 seconds – it was so funny.
Sermon: “Change is Coming”, Part 4 – Sanctification is a process – Change is coming, but it isn’t instant.
“Take My Life” (Holiness) – Vineyard/Scott Underwood
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