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  • Worship Marathon Sessions?

    Hi all...

    I was reading through the Worship Times thread and it occurred to me that many here do not have any opportunity for extended worship times.

    We're talking an hour, hour-plus, maybe even three hours.

    Perhaps I'm wrong. But I thought I'd ask: anybody here ever prepare for a worship set that can be over an hour long, keeping the worship flow, employing songs of every style and stripe?

    If ever there was a need for a resource that can help adequately prepare a worship team for such a task, would you purchase it?

    Nick
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    We occasionally do an all-worship service on a Sunday evening about once a quarter. Generally we run an hour to 1-1/2 hours.

    Our leader lays out the songs in a good order and we use a variety of songs.

    We generally break it up by some Scripture reading (a verse or two) that fits with the song(s) we are doing at the time.

    As far as a resource, I'm sure people would find it useful that need to plan 15 songs and aren't used to it.

    Personally, my 'work' band plans out 4-hour set lists for a couple of gigs we do, so I've had some experience pairing up songs and flows. But unless one has been in a similar environment, most church worship leaders don't have that experience. I could see where a resource would be helpful.
    If we want to go places we haven't been, we will have to do things we haven't done.

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      We do all music services in the vein of what Mike is talking about a couple of times a year. It's a little different for us, because we're usually rotating different players in over the course of the night.
      Eric Frisch
      www.ericfrisch.com

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