Sunday Setlists #160


Share your worship confessionals, recaps, and setlists for the week of: Sunday, August 14, 2011

Welcome to the 160th 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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  • Read about our transition! Very Exciting!

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  • Just published our #sundaysetlists recap from today – worship choir with team (video included)

  • I don’t have an active blog right now, so here goes:

    Kicked off with Oh Happy Day (think Sister Act 2), then Shout Unto God, break for announcements and a baby dedication (piano played throughout), very low-key rendition of How He Loves and When I Survey The Wondrous Cross during prayer time (we ended up singing all four verses, which we had prepped “just in case” prayer time went on long enough), then Mighty to Save, and finished with I Exalt Thee. We didn’t spend a lot of time dwelling on any one particular song, since we had a lot going on this morning and a special business meeting right after the service. Nonetheless, a good Sunday morning!

  • Jenniepitney

    Here was our set in Salem, Oregon:

    Better Than Life/Houghton & Cruse-Ratcliff * Holy/Brenton Brown * Let Everything That Has Breath/Matt Redman * Let The Waters Rise/Mikeschair (featuring 2 girls from our youth band who are awesome) * Yesterday, Today And Forever/Vicky Beeching

  • I spent Sunday at a Braves game, so my “congregational singing” included Star Spangled Banner, God Bless America, and Take Me Out to the Ballgame. Hey, two out of three ain’t bad. :-)

    • “Two out of Three Ain’t Bad” – Classic Meatloaf tune. HAHA!

  • The healing has begun! So much still to do, but Worship is starting to actually happen. People are returning to Sunday Services. Laughter has returned during set-up. Praise Him!

  • kurtdavidf

    love the stuff I find on here every week. Wishing the site wouldnt be blocked at work!

  • Sunday’s set, as best as I can recall. I’m a little foggy after baptizing my second oldest that evening. Some video

  • This setlist is from my missions trip in Romania. I was in Serbia after that and now in Hungary.

  • This is our first time participating in this. We had a great worship experience this past Sunday and we are happy to share that with all of you. God bless!

  • Debbie Flack

    #160 appears twice, and there is no Setlist for August 21 … updates?