Sunday Setlists #136 – February 27, 2011


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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Welcome to the 136th consecutive week of “Sunday Setlists”. The purpose of “Sunday Setlists” is to share a recap of your worship services. What songs did you use, what arrangements? What worked really well and what didn’t work as well as you’d like? What issues did you have preparing? What is the sermon series? How about creative elements used in the service? You don’t have to be the pastor or worship leader to participate. We would really love to get reviews from the perspective of those in our congregations each week.

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  • Great spring-like day in South Georgia! Happy to be leading worship with our friends at Providence in Jesup, GA.

  • I hope you guys had a great day of worship wherever you were!

    • Thanks Bill! And thanks for sharing your list!

  • I led the singing following a tragic earthquake in our country that occurred on Tuesday. Needed much grace to be truthful and loving, in working out how to encourage people to praise the Lord in light of all that’s happened. but great is His faithfulness; His mercies are new every morning!

    • William & Cheryl – we are praying for you and your community…

    • Thanks for being faithful to serve God AND His people, William! We’re praying for you!

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  • Just posted our setlist from this morning.

    Barry Westman

    • Thanks, Barry! It’s great to see your name amongst our regulars!

  • Great Sunday – can’t wait to read all the posts this week! Blessings on y’all!

    • Thanks for continuing to contribute Dennis!

  • Just posted Sojourn’s set list (we include all our liturgy readings in the set list too). This week’s sermon focused on the role of every Christian to be a missionary — not just overseas but in our neighborhoods, jobs and wherever God calls us. Our songs reflected this theme.

  • cool vibe this week. led from the piano. Great spirit.

    • Sweet Gary, I love leading from a real grand (not so much from keys)!

  • Another great Sunday at Journey of Faith! Looking forward to reading what happened at other churches out there!

    • Thanks for being a regular part of what we do, Matthew!

  • Just posted Sunday Setlist

  • Honestly, sometimes I feel a little behind the times in comparison to the modern worship I see going on. But what we do (blended traditional and contemporary) works well for our church body.
    Love seeing the different ways people connect with God in worship shared on this website.

    • That is what is important. This isn’t a popularity contest, but us trying to best serve our people! I applaud you for that! Keep sharing!