Sunday Setlists #47 – Worship Confessionals


Hey Everybody,

Welcome to the 46th edition of “Sunday Setlists” – the blog carnival where we share our worship service recaps with one another.  We’re in our 46th consecutive week of sharing worship confessionals.

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1.  Blog about your worship services this week.  (Don’t have a blog, just leave it in the comments below)
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My Worship Confessional for SSCC

heroes-series-homeToday was the 3rd of a 4-week series called “Heroes” about parenting.  I had my “toes stepped on” by the sermon more times than once today.  David did an awesome job encouraging and challenging parents.  It was also Communion Sunday.

Walk In:  “We Shall See the King” (from Revival at Brownsville, Lindell Cooley)
Opening Set:
“Your Grace is Enough”
“Holy is the Lord”

Sermon Setup:
We had some fun talking about dysfunctional families again and talked about how many of us found families on TV that we related to.  With that, we did some musical spoofs on “The Brady Bunch”, “All In The Family”, “Everybody Loves Raymond” (a really fun piano piece to learn!) and “Leave It To Beaver”.

“This is the Gift of God” (Carl Cartee)
“You Are So Good To Me”
“Jesus Paid it All” (Northpoint Live Version)

That’s a wrap for us.  Time for you to share your worship setlists!  Remember, make sure your URL is the full URL to your blog post, and not your blog’s homepage.  Pretty please.

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44 comments on “Sunday Setlists #47 – Worship Confessionals

  1. We had a good morning.

  2. Brad Hafner says:

    We had a good morning also.

  3. Dean Lusk says:

    Man… Your fun songs always sound… fun! 🙂

    I’ve got to start listening to some Carl Cartee music. You and several others have really picked up on his music.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  4. Eddy Mann says:

    We truly had a blessed day.

  5. Jim Drake says:

    Sounds like a good day. I’m watching all of your family stuff–writing it down so I can “borrow” it in the future. (wink, wink)


  6. Posted! Thanks Fred!

  7. What? No, “Married With Children” spoofs Fred?

    Sounds like lots of fun.

    We had Men at Work appear for a brief moment in our evening service. Hilarious 🙂

  8. Lori Biddle says:

    Crazy weekend, but, God was gracious and present! God Bless!


  9. steff says:

    Thanks for hosting this even when your not feeling well

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  11. Bobby Gilles says:

    I love musical spoofs. Wish I could have been there to hear them!

  12. That sounds like a lot of fun! Great idea.
    Fred again, thank you for doing what you do in bringing us into community…

  13. Posted. Thanks for letting us share.

  14. Chuck Harris says:

    Looks like a great set, and i love doing song parody’s and covers. The series art looks great too.

  15. You Fred, we finally have videos done on Monday AM! Cool.

  16. Janaki says:

    Got mine up, a day late!

  17. Paul J. says:

    I’ve been gone for a month, now I’m back. Boo-yah.

    Paul Joseph

  18. Wayne Thomas says:

    Took a couple of months off from the blogoshpere. Glad to be back. Bless you guys!


  19. Kyle says:

    Worship went great, very encouraging, both in how the band played but more so how the body united in worship. People were sangin their guts out.

  20. Randy Neufeld says:

    Hey Fred!

    Better late than never!

    I’ve been listening to “This is the Gift of God” off of songDISCovery. It will be on our setlist soon!

    Be Blessed!

  21. Russ Hutto says:

    Better late than never!

    We threw down some hip hop Sunday morning. Went over well live. Video didn’t mix quite as good, but I shared it anyways.

  22. Sheri Carr says:

    I’m new to the blog party, but am happy to join in the conversation and see what songs are working in each of your church communities.

    Bless you all!


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