Worship Recap & Setlist: October 19, 2008

RECAP: This weekend at the Sunridge we continued our “Give Love Away” theme.  Again, the song “God of this City” seemed to stir things up.  The idea of reaching the city seemed refreshing to the things we usually sing in worship services at our church.  In our services we reminded people that God is good…all the time.  No matter where our stock portfolio hits or how we might feel, God is good.  It may sound simple, but really being reminded of this powerful truth part of why coming to worship services week after week is important.

SETLIST: Of course, the “You Are Good” tune as done by Lincoln Brewster led us into the idea of God’s goodness.  We sandwiched it around our welcome and greeting time.  Here are the songs from this week.

  • Your Grace Is Enough – Matt Maher
  • You Are Good – Israel Houghton
  • Because of Your Love – Brenton Brown, Paul Baloche
  • Majesty – Martin Smith, Stuart Garrard
  • God of This City – Aaron Boyd, Richard Bleakley, Ian Jordan, Andrew McCann, Peter Kernaghan, Peter Comfort

How was your worship weekend?  What song hit you?

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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.

8 comments

  1. Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone (Tomlin & Gang)Hosanna (Baloche/Brown)
    Forever You (Thomson)
    As Children (Riddle)
    He Loves Us (McMillan?)

    We’re working toward more spontaneity in the music section of our worship…He Loves Us was just that…only did the chorus…but I think it was a good taste of where we’re headed…I liked it much…

  2. Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone (Tomlin & Gang)Hosanna (Baloche/Brown)
    Forever You (Thomson)
    As Children (Riddle)
    He Loves Us (McMillan?)

    We’re working toward more spontaneity in the music section of our worship…He Loves Us was just that…only did the chorus…but I think it was a good taste of where we’re headed…I liked it much…

  3. Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone (Tomlin & Gang)Hosanna (Baloche/Brown)
    Forever You (Thomson)
    As Children (Riddle)
    He Loves Us (McMillan?)

    We’re working toward more spontaneity in the music section of our worship…He Loves Us was just that…only did the chorus…but I think it was a good taste of where we’re headed…I liked it much…

  4. Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone (Tomlin & Gang)Hosanna (Baloche/Brown)
    Forever You (Thomson)
    As Children (Riddle)
    He Loves Us (McMillan?)

    We’re working toward more spontaneity in the music section of our worship…He Loves Us was just that…only did the chorus…but I think it was a good taste of where we’re headed…I liked it much…

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