Sunday Setlists #192

Share your worship confessionals, recaps, and setlists for the week of: Sunday, March 25, 2012

Welcome to the 192nd 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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  • Barry Westman

    Introduced “All Because of the Cross” today, a new song from Paul Baloche! http://barrywestman.wordpress.com/2012/03/25/sunday-recap-march-25-2012/

  • Shannon Lewis

    Strange… the comments are all gone. My set was LONG, but it wasn’t on Sunday…

  • http://www.robstill.com Rob Still
  • Jencp

    It was our last Sunday in a series on forgiveness. Our youth band did “7 x 70″ by Chris August as special music. Our set list was:
    Mighty To Save/Hillsong
    You Are My King/Foote
    Lord, Have Mercy/Merkel
    I Am Forgiven/Houghton & Sanchez

  • Dave Wagner

    Are all the responses captured anywhere, central location, with all “stats” by song, i.e. how many set lists included “The Stand” on any given Sunday?

  • Wes

    Great service this week!
    http://wp.me/pD4YE-5q

  • Paul Woodard

    Our set was:
    Alive in Us
    Doxology
    Better is One Day
    From the Inside Out
    You Alone Can Rescue

    For our offering, I tried to introduce “The Same Love” by Paul Baloche. I started playing, and the battery for my guitar began to fail, causing every strum to pop and feedback. I spent two lines of the chorus singing and thinking “what do I do now?” I got to the end of the chorus, stopped, pulled out the patchcord, shrugged at the congregation, then sang w/o amplification on guitar…to me –epic fail, to the congregation–it seemed to work out fine.

  • http://scottkantner.com Scott Kantner

    “Sing Sing Sing” was really fun this week!

    http://www.onstagetechnologies.com/sunday-set-list-32512/

  • mlstarner

    Had a great week at Journey talking about heaven, hell and what really happens after we die.

  • Jerikris

    Great set this past Sunday. I used the Psalm 95:5 Model of Worship to help me plan the set and I thought it worked really well.
    http://theintentionallifeofworship.wordpress.com/2012/03/27/sunday-march-25th/

  • Julianna Hallworth

    We’re singing: http://ow.ly/a0iFK @ranchocommunity

  • Daniel Bulek