Welcome to the 55th edition of “Sunday Setlists” – the blog carnival where we share our worship service recaps with one another. We continue to celebrate our ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY and will be giving away some cool stuff (CDs, towels, bags, and songbooks) from EMI/WorshipTogether.Com! Drawings will take place and will come from the “Mr. Linky” entries, comments, and trackbacks from all “Sunday Setlists” entries since week #52!
Here’s a recap on how to participate:
1. Blog about your worship services this week. (Don’t have a blog, just leave it in the comments below)
2. In your blog or worship service recap, please mention that you are participating in the “Sunday Setlists” blog carnival at FredMcKinnon.Com and link to today’s post, which is:
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My Worship Confessional for SSCC
Today was my first day back @sscc in a couple of weeks. It was great being back with the crew. Today was the final day in the 7-week series called “Unwrapped” and David’s message centered on the reality of hell. It was tense and powerful.
Walk In: “See His Love”
“Your Grace is Enough”
“No Other Name” (Northpoint Live)
Special Music: “Yeshua” – a song written by one of our guitarists, Tim Haynes. Tim and Amy led this vocally and it was wonderful. The song nearly fell apart in the 9:00 AM service when part of the band missed the tag for the ending and kept on playing the song through. There was a couple of bars of confusion, and Tim picked it up and tagged the song to end it. After the break, the bass guitarist (who led into the mistake) commented that he was “caught up” in the song and thinking of Tim. It’s a great example of how we have to be careful as leaders – we want to be “caught up” in the music, yes … but not to the point where we lose focus that we’re a team and we’re leading others. We nailed it in the 11:00 AM service and despite our hiccup in the 9:00, people were really blessed.
“This is the Gift of God”
“Mighty is the Power of the Cross”
“Mighty to Save” – what an incredible song to end a message on salvation from hell and eternal damnation and to celebrate the Eucharist.
I was very happy with the service flow. We celebrated in praise, transitioned into a time of special music and reflection, had a tense but necesary sermon on salvation and hell, then celebrating communion together.
I’d like to wrap up this Sunday review with some “behind-the-scenes” iPhone shots from Chris Moncus, our Associate Tech Director. Chris captured a lot of the stuff happening in the background and in other worship venues today at SSCC and posted on his Twitter and on his Facebook profile.
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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