Sunday Setlists #434 – Christmas Edition!

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It’s time for Sunday Setlists, CHRISTMAS EDITION! It can be tough to schedule a good Christmas set, balancing traditions that everyone loves, with a fresh spin. Please share your fresh ideas with the rest of your worship leader friends! Help them consider creative song choices, or arrangements – share below.

Just join us on Facebook or leave a comment here about how your worship gatherings went! Did you introduce any new songs? What other elements of your service did you include?

We would love to hear your…
Song selections
Creative elements
Readings
Scriptures
Themes
Set designs
What worked? What didn’t? What was a highlight of the service? Did you introduce any new songs this Sunday that you’ll be sure to sing again?

Join in the conversation below!

  • Andrew Cunningham

    Here’s our set list from today!
    Fierce – Jesus Culture
    Doxology//Amen – Phil Wickham
    O Come Let Us Adore Him – Passion
    Before The Throne of God Above – Shane and Shane
    Song of Moses – Aaron Keyes

  • Aaron Hoskins

    O Come Let Us Adore Him – NorthPoint
    Ever Be – Bethel
    Joy to the World (Shout for Joy) – Paul Baloche
    How Deep the Father’s Love For Us – Austin Stone

  • We had rough rehearsal in places, but a great Sunday service. Breaking in a new drummer, our set was:
    “Joyful (the God who Saves)” – Brenton Brown
    “Christmas Offering” – Paul Baloche
    “Revelation Song” – Kari Jobe arr.

    Next week, we jump into Christmas with both feet!

  • Jermaine Johnson

    Great sound check. Great time in the LORD all day.

    Morning Service:
    Angels We Have Heard on High-Traditional
    Every Praise- Hezekiah Walker
    Holy Spirit- Kim Walker Smith

    Evening Service:
    Mighty Is Our God- Chris Rodriguez
    Mighty to Save- Hillsong Worship
    There’s Something About that Name- Traditional
    Impromptu Insertion: I Exalt Thee- Traditional

  • Dena Atchison

    Hark The Herald – Jeremy Camp arrangement
    Only King Forever (Elevation), leading into the chorus of ‘The First Noel’
    No One Higher – North Point
    Let Us Adore – Elevation