Worship Video, Recap & Setlist: November 15, 2009


Recap: This Sunday our worship band brought it home once again. We had a new guitarist/backing vocalist.  Early on in the service you see a rare flub by our amazing Kyle on the drums. He is one of the most solid drummers I have EVER played with and he is only 19! Obviously, this was not one of our most polished musically for the rest of us either, but as a whole we brought in our folks to sing along and participate. That’s one of our main “wins” and I think we did OK on that.

Set List: As performed by the following worship leaders…

  • Everyday – Lincoln Brewster
  • Today is The Day – Lincoln Brewster
  • Glorious One – Fee Band
  • Great Is Thy Faithfulness – Lincoln Brewster
  • How Great is Our God – Chris Tomlin

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How was your worship weekend? What do you do when you have a couple flubs?

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Rich Kirkpatrick

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.

8 comments

  1. Well, I think it was the jazz great Dizzy Gillespie that once said, “You’re never more than a half a step away from a right note.” Today I kind of held on to an A major chord for a step longer than I should have, before moving to the b minor chord. I just acted like I meant to do it, and it actually sounded pretty cool, like other times when I do that intentionally.

  2. Well, I think it was the jazz great Dizzy Gillespie that once said, “You’re never more than a half a step away from a right note.” Today I kind of held on to an A major chord for a step longer than I should have, before moving to the b minor chord. I just acted like I meant to do it, and it actually sounded pretty cool, like other times when I do that intentionally.

  3. Well, I think it was the jazz great Dizzy Gillespie that once said, “You’re never more than a half a step away from a right note.” Today I kind of held on to an A major chord for a step longer than I should have, before moving to the b minor chord. I just acted like I meant to do it, and it actually sounded pretty cool, like other times when I do that intentionally.

  4. Well, I think it was the jazz great Dizzy Gillespie that once said, “You’re never more than a half a step away from a right note.” Today I kind of held on to an A major chord for a step longer than I should have, before moving to the b minor chord. I just acted like I meant to do it, and it actually sounded pretty cool, like other times when I do that intentionally.

  5. I had a few notes where I was a half step away 🙁

  6. I had a few notes where I was a half step away 🙁

  7. I had a few notes where I was a half step away 🙁

  8. I had a few notes where I was a half step away 🙁

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