Worship Set List & Recap June 8: Grad Sunday, Terrence’s last sermon, and Interns

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The Recap:

At Sunridge Community Church this morning Terrence Sutton preached his last sermon with us and proved why we will miss him, for sure.  (Terrence is our youth pastor who is moving to Chicago for graduate theological education).

My daughter, Emilie is graduating from Jr. High and helped me
lead worship this morning.  Terrence did a tribute to our 8th-grader
grads and High School grads, too.  Emilie is just getting better and
better every time she gets a chance to play and sing with our worship
team.

Our summer interns were commissioned, Ellie MacDonald the worship
intern, being one of them.  This summer will prove to be a stretch to
her, whether she realizes it or not yet. 😉

Our worship singing time moved along quite well.  I can tell that the
impact of the training we had with Michael Olson and Ben Gowell has
sharpened us.  We were a bit more picky and not playing on top of each
other as much as usual.  (Good job team!)

The Set-List:

  • Everlasting God – Brenton Brown
  • Our God Saves – Brenton Brown, Paul Baloche
  • Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) – arr. Chris Tomlin
  • You Gave Your Life Away –  Kathryn Scott, Paul Baloche
  • Happy Day –  Ben Cantelon, Tim Hughes

How was your worship weekend?

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

12 comments

  1. Hey Rich,
    It’s so awesome to hear about your daughter leading worship. I hope when our son is born I can encourage him in that area too.

  2. Hey Rich,
    It’s so awesome to hear about your daughter leading worship. I hope when our son is born I can encourage him in that area too.

  3. Hey Rich,
    It’s so awesome to hear about your daughter leading worship. I hope when our son is born I can encourage him in that area too.

  4. Hey Rich,
    It’s so awesome to hear about your daughter leading worship. I hope when our son is born I can encourage him in that area too.

  5. My son is in the 7th grade and is a very solid drummer (it’s about the groove rather than the chops), and I hope to see him in a position to lead with me the way your daughter has done. Your post is really encouraging/motivating.
    I was a little apprehensive about our music this week; the mix of the very traditional song in there had me a little nervous, stylistically. Here’s our list of songs:

    – Happy Day – Ben Cantalon, Tim Hughes
    – Rise Up, O Church of God – traditional Joseph Barlowe, William P. Merrill, Aaron Williams
    – God is Great – Marty Sampson
    – Here I Am to Worship – Tim Hughes
    – I Need Thee Every Hour – Annie Hawks, Robert Lowry
    – Lifesong – Mark Hall

    This was our debut of “Happy Day,” and it was remarkably well-received. This is one of those songs whose music does a fantastic job of conveying the emotion and joy of the lyrics.

  6. My son is in the 7th grade and is a very solid drummer (it’s about the groove rather than the chops), and I hope to see him in a position to lead with me the way your daughter has done. Your post is really encouraging/motivating.
    I was a little apprehensive about our music this week; the mix of the very traditional song in there had me a little nervous, stylistically. Here’s our list of songs:

    – Happy Day – Ben Cantalon, Tim Hughes
    – Rise Up, O Church of God – traditional Joseph Barlowe, William P. Merrill, Aaron Williams
    – God is Great – Marty Sampson
    – Here I Am to Worship – Tim Hughes
    – I Need Thee Every Hour – Annie Hawks, Robert Lowry
    – Lifesong – Mark Hall

    This was our debut of “Happy Day,” and it was remarkably well-received. This is one of those songs whose music does a fantastic job of conveying the emotion and joy of the lyrics.

  7. My son is in the 7th grade and is a very solid drummer (it’s about the groove rather than the chops), and I hope to see him in a position to lead with me the way your daughter has done. Your post is really encouraging/motivating.
    I was a little apprehensive about our music this week; the mix of the very traditional song in there had me a little nervous, stylistically. Here’s our list of songs:

    – Happy Day – Ben Cantalon, Tim Hughes
    – Rise Up, O Church of God – traditional Joseph Barlowe, William P. Merrill, Aaron Williams
    – God is Great – Marty Sampson
    – Here I Am to Worship – Tim Hughes
    – I Need Thee Every Hour – Annie Hawks, Robert Lowry
    – Lifesong – Mark Hall

    This was our debut of “Happy Day,” and it was remarkably well-received. This is one of those songs whose music does a fantastic job of conveying the emotion and joy of the lyrics.

  8. My son is in the 7th grade and is a very solid drummer (it’s about the groove rather than the chops), and I hope to see him in a position to lead with me the way your daughter has done. Your post is really encouraging/motivating.
    I was a little apprehensive about our music this week; the mix of the very traditional song in there had me a little nervous, stylistically. Here’s our list of songs:

    – Happy Day – Ben Cantalon, Tim Hughes
    – Rise Up, O Church of God – traditional Joseph Barlowe, William P. Merrill, Aaron Williams
    – God is Great – Marty Sampson
    – Here I Am to Worship – Tim Hughes
    – I Need Thee Every Hour – Annie Hawks, Robert Lowry
    – Lifesong – Mark Hall

    This was our debut of “Happy Day,” and it was remarkably well-received. This is one of those songs whose music does a fantastic job of conveying the emotion and joy of the lyrics.

  9. By the way, I am so NOT down on “traditional” music. This one just didn’t seem to flow with the rest of the music in rehearsal. On Sunday it fit perfectly. We adjusted some of the dynamic structure of the song to give it the sense of a journey (or something like that… You know what I mean, I’ll bet).

  10. By the way, I am so NOT down on “traditional” music. This one just didn’t seem to flow with the rest of the music in rehearsal. On Sunday it fit perfectly. We adjusted some of the dynamic structure of the song to give it the sense of a journey (or something like that… You know what I mean, I’ll bet).

  11. By the way, I am so NOT down on “traditional” music. This one just didn’t seem to flow with the rest of the music in rehearsal. On Sunday it fit perfectly. We adjusted some of the dynamic structure of the song to give it the sense of a journey (or something like that… You know what I mean, I’ll bet).

  12. By the way, I am so NOT down on “traditional” music. This one just didn’t seem to flow with the rest of the music in rehearsal. On Sunday it fit perfectly. We adjusted some of the dynamic structure of the song to give it the sense of a journey (or something like that… You know what I mean, I’ll bet).

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