Worship Recap & Setlist: February 22, 2009

RECAP: This week ROCKED! I love our band and Greg’s talk about money and worry hit home in a timely fashion. We introduced during our worship the idea of doing Lent together (see www.sunridgeworship.org for what we are doing) and our hope is that some of our church will experience something deeper by the effort.

Missionary Ben and Ruth Kane were interviewed this week. Their story is one you can participate in by reading their blog Kane’s Koner. Ruth’s sister is undergoing terminal cancer and Ben and Ruth are finishing up training for their work in Indonesia. I love it when people are radical enough to go where few can or will go. Our pastor, Greg, reminded us that we can impact the village in Indonesia that requires a 25 hour boat ride and 2 hour hike to get to by supporting people like the Kanes!

SET LIST: I loved having my daughter Emilie lead with me. She took leadership parts of the service and did great, of course. One funny note, Ed on sound mentioned to me how similar our EQs are. How fun that is! We introduced for our church “Glorious One” by Steve Fee. Loved it!

  • Glorious One – Steve Fee
  • Today is the Day – Lincoln Brewster
  • Majesty – Martin Smith, Stu Garrard
  • Nothing But the Blood – Matt Redman
  • Happy Day – Tim Hughes

How was your worship expression this weekend? I would love to hear about it!

[Go to Fred’s blog to read more worship set lists from all over the place!]

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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.

24 comments

  1. Rich, this looks like the perfect set list. I’m saving it – maybe for Easter? Thanks!!

  2. Rich, this looks like the perfect set list. I’m saving it – maybe for Easter? Thanks!!

  3. Rich, this looks like the perfect set list. I’m saving it – maybe for Easter? Thanks!!

  4. Rich, this looks like the perfect set list. I’m saving it – maybe for Easter? Thanks!!

  5. Man, yours is one of two setlists this week that I’d like to totally rip off. We also closed our service with “Happy Day,” so that’s moderately close.
    B the way, Safari likes your page way more than IE 7.0.6 seemed to.

  6. Man, yours is one of two setlists this week that I’d like to totally rip off. We also closed our service with “Happy Day,” so that’s moderately close.
    B the way, Safari likes your page way more than IE 7.0.6 seemed to.

  7. Man, yours is one of two setlists this week that I’d like to totally rip off. We also closed our service with “Happy Day,” so that’s moderately close.
    B the way, Safari likes your page way more than IE 7.0.6 seemed to.

  8. Man, yours is one of two setlists this week that I’d like to totally rip off. We also closed our service with “Happy Day,” so that’s moderately close.
    B the way, Safari likes your page way more than IE 7.0.6 seemed to.

  9. Wow… Glorious One
    I played around with that one a while ago but felt like it was taking me from the bottom of my range to the top. What key did you do it in? Did you lead it or your daughter?

  10. Wow… Glorious One
    I played around with that one a while ago but felt like it was taking me from the bottom of my range to the top. What key did you do it in? Did you lead it or your daughter?

  11. Wow… Glorious One
    I played around with that one a while ago but felt like it was taking me from the bottom of my range to the top. What key did you do it in? Did you lead it or your daughter?

  12. Wow… Glorious One
    I played around with that one a while ago but felt like it was taking me from the bottom of my range to the top. What key did you do it in? Did you lead it or your daughter?

  13. We do that song in “C” which is what I hear most do it it in. For a congregation, F# is a bit high to say the least.

  14. We do that song in “C” which is what I hear most do it it in. For a congregation, F# is a bit high to say the least.

  15. We do that song in “C” which is what I hear most do it it in. For a congregation, F# is a bit high to say the least.

  16. We do that song in “C” which is what I hear most do it it in. For a congregation, F# is a bit high to say the least.

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