Sunday Setlists #74 – Worship Service Recaps #sundaysetlists


Hey Everybody,

Here we are – the 74th consecutive week of “Sunday Setlists” – the blog carnival where we share our songs, creative elements, sermons, and recaps of our worship services.

For more details on the “Sunday Setlists” program, click here.
To receive a reminder email each week to post your setlist, click here.

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:
3.  Leave your URL in the “Mister Linky” box below, making sure the URL goes directly to your “Sunday Setlists” blog post (not your blog’s homepage)
4.  Leave a comment and visit the other links to see what is happening in worship services worldwide.
5.  Spread the word on FaceBook, Email, Your Blog, and Twitter.  (in Twitter, use #sundaysetlists hashtag)

My Worship Confessional for SSCC

I just wrapped up a 13-hour day at SSCC.  Rather than type it out, I share a recap via video with my friend & cohort in ministry, Shannon Lewis, aka @saintlewis.  Enjoy!

Fred McKinnon and Shannon Lewis share about their day of ministry at SSCC for Dec 20, 2009

Share Your Worship Service Recap:

OK, so whether you led the service or just attended – here’s your chance to share your worship service recap!  If you use Twitter, be sure and include the #sundaysetlists hashtag and your tweets will appear in our “Twub“.  See the most current info here:

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29 comments on “Sunday Setlists #74 – Worship Service Recaps #sundaysetlists

  1. Fred, you guys are having entirely too much fun. Sounds like it was a long, but good, day. We had a good morning, video post is up. Merry Christmas everyone!

  2. Eddy Mann says:

    15-20 inches of snow overnight, but the worship and praise goes on…

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  4. Wayne Thomas says:

    I’ve been hit or miss lately. Sorry gang! Hope you all have a Merry Christmas!


  5. Just got home from Pine Lodge Corrections Center for Women; we had a great Christmas Celebration together. Wrapped up my post and it’s time to crash! Hope you had a great Sunday too!

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  8. Jim Drake says:

    Here it is…. Merry Christmas Fred!

  9. Bobby Gilles says:

    We’re giving away an acoustic mp3 of our “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” on our set list this week.

    Fun video, Shannon and Fred. A “whole honkin'” lot of fun.

  10. Just posted our setlist from yesterday!

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  13. I love this idea of getting a chance to see what creative elements other worship leaders are using to engage congregations in the conversation of worship.

  14. So cool that Christmas is almost here, but even more so for the fact of the Incarnation that God is here. 🙂

  15. Fred – I love the video blog. You should do it this way more often!! So what exactly is a “Jingle Jam”?? Sounds like a great morning!

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