Sunday Set List #89 2/5/2011

We are always on the lookout for God in the Spotlight songs. Songs that focus more on who Jesus is and what he has done and less on what we are doing. Chad brought the song Hero to our attention via Teresa. Brad did an outstanding job of creating the arrangement and leading it this morning; the team was remarkably tight for a new song. The congregational response was surprising for a new song; Brian suspected many people already knew it. It may have also reflected their engagement level coming out of Holy is the Lord and Forever. We are blessed to be part of a singing congregation.

Here are all the songs we did:

1 Holy is the Lord Opener-Come to Worship
Chris Tomlin & Louie Giglio ©2003
1 Forever GITS-Father
3148428 Chris Tomlin ©2001 songs (Admin. By EMI Christian Music Publishing)
1 Hero GITS-Jesus
5560743 ©2008 Birdwing Music (a div. of EMI Christian Music Publishing)

SERMON: In Christ…There is Redemption – Ephesians 1:7-8 (Pastor Mark)

-1 You Are My King (Amazing Love) Prayer-Holy Spirit
2456623 Billy James Foote ©1997 songs
-1 Always Forgiven Response-To God
4662848 Jonathan & Ryan Baird ©2003 Sovereign Grace Worship (ASCAP)
-1 Jesus Paid It All Response-To Each Other
4689508 Elvina Hall/John T Grape/Alex Nifong © Songs/Six Steps Music(Admin by EMI Christian Music Publishing)
0 Mighty to Save Closer-Believe/Trust
Reuben Morgan/Ben Fielding ©2006 Hillsong Publishing

0 'We-I' Balance
0 We-I Balance

MLCC 2/5/2011 Leadsheet

Leader/Acoustic Guitar/Vocal – Brad
Acoustic Guitar - Dennis
Vocals – Laurie & Dawn
Bass – Doug
Drums – Brian
Sound tech – Chad & Rob

I hope you had a great Lord’s day today, too!

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It looks like you guys sing then have the sermon and sing more afterwards. How long have you been doing it this way? How hard was it to transition to this type of service? (I'm assuming at one time you did the typical sing songs, preaching, closing song we're out). I would love to start moving toward this in my church, but I know it would be a huge paradigm shift. is my site, I would love to follow up with you and learn more about what you are doing.

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