Sunday Set List #33 11/29/2009


We held a combined service at the Middle School this morning which allowed us to have a potluck following the service.  Setup went very well on our most ambitious setup to date: two guitars, bass, mandolin (last song only), keyboard, drums, four vocal mics, and a wireless mic.  The only real technical issue was my guitar cable wasn’t completely plugged in for the first set which went well nonetheless.  “Revelation Song” a good fit for Advent, was a new song for us this morning and the congregation responded well.  We had a balanced selection of songs, so the folks from the traditional service would feel at home.  We did the last chorus of “Great is Thy Faithfulness” acapella; it was great to just hear the voices singing out to God.  “Celtic Christmas Blessing” is our favorite closing song for the Advent season, and always sets the tone for the season.

Here are the songs we sang:

0 O Come, O Come Emmanuel Christmas/Advent
Public Domain John M Neale, 1851 Henry Sloane Coffin, 1916
0 He Shall Reign Christmas/Advent
Marc Chopinsky ©1988 Integrity's Hosanna! Music
1 Revelation Song GITS-Jesus
Kari Jobe ©2004 Gateway Create Publishing (Integrity's Praise! Music) CCLI#4447960
1 Speak, O Lord Response-Prayer
4615235 Keith Getty & Stuart Townend © 2005 Thankyou Music


1 There Is A Place Of Quiet Rest Response-Prayer
Public Domain Clelland B. McAfee
-1 Great Is Thy Faithfulness Response-To God
Thomas O Chisolm, William M Runyan, ©1923,1951 Hope Publishing Company
1 Celtic Christmas Blessing Christmas/Advent
Keith & Kristyn Getty Copyright © Thankyou Music 2004

3 'We-I' Balance

MLCC 11/29/2009 Leadsheet

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