Worship Set List: June 16-17

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Father’s Day "weekend" included baby dedications in each of our Celebration worship services at Neighborhood Church.  We had some personnel struggles this week that resulted in a cool unplugged musical sound.  Here is the set list:

  • Today (Brian Doerksen)
  • Your Grace Is Enough (Chris Tomlin)
  • The Greatest Gift (Rich Kirkpatrick)
  • Lord, Reign In Me (Brenton Brown)
  • I’m Your Child (Rich Kirkpatrick)

The hope with this set of songs was to sing back to God our trust in His grace as He is our gracious Father!  Oh yeah, we passed out cold Dad’s rootbeer to all the dads in attendance.

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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.

24 comments

  1. Awesome to hear about playing unplugged!Our big church band [thats what we call the adult worship team] did unplugged one week and we kind of did a chill type atmosphere, but apparently God didn’t think that was enough. Our power amp cut out after the first song each of the four services! Then we worshipped anyway.

    Quick question. How far is Redding from San Diego?

  2. Awesome to hear about playing unplugged!Our big church band [thats what we call the adult worship team] did unplugged one week and we kind of did a chill type atmosphere, but apparently God didn’t think that was enough. Our power amp cut out after the first song each of the four services! Then we worshipped anyway.

    Quick question. How far is Redding from San Diego?

  3. Awesome to hear about playing unplugged!Our big church band [thats what we call the adult worship team] did unplugged one week and we kind of did a chill type atmosphere, but apparently God didn’t think that was enough. Our power amp cut out after the first song each of the four services! Then we worshipped anyway.

    Quick question. How far is Redding from San Diego?

  4. Awesome to hear about playing unplugged!Our big church band [thats what we call the adult worship team] did unplugged one week and we kind of did a chill type atmosphere, but apparently God didn’t think that was enough. Our power amp cut out after the first song each of the four services! Then we worshipped anyway.

    Quick question. How far is Redding from San Diego?

  5. wow…sounds like “fun” when things happen like that…it reminds us that God is in control, not some “program”!

  6. wow…sounds like “fun” when things happen like that…it reminds us that God is in control, not some “program”!

  7. wow…sounds like “fun” when things happen like that…it reminds us that God is in control, not some “program”!

  8. wow…sounds like “fun” when things happen like that…it reminds us that God is in control, not some “program”!

  9. I’m way down acoustic. Do you ever go unplugged intentionally or only in the midst of “personnel struggles?”

  10. I’m way down acoustic. Do you ever go unplugged intentionally or only in the midst of “personnel struggles?”

  11. I’m way down acoustic. Do you ever go unplugged intentionally or only in the midst of “personnel struggles?”

  12. I’m way down acoustic. Do you ever go unplugged intentionally or only in the midst of “personnel struggles?”

  13. Billy…my preference is to mix up the sound in a worship service so you could go from screaming licks to simple soft strumming, taking people on a sonic journey that matches the spiritual journey.
    So, yes, only have done this when the “opportunity” has arisen, minus a couple planned times of acoustic only sets. I would rather PLAN way ahead, of course.

  14. Billy…my preference is to mix up the sound in a worship service so you could go from screaming licks to simple soft strumming, taking people on a sonic journey that matches the spiritual journey.
    So, yes, only have done this when the “opportunity” has arisen, minus a couple planned times of acoustic only sets. I would rather PLAN way ahead, of course.

  15. Billy…my preference is to mix up the sound in a worship service so you could go from screaming licks to simple soft strumming, taking people on a sonic journey that matches the spiritual journey.
    So, yes, only have done this when the “opportunity” has arisen, minus a couple planned times of acoustic only sets. I would rather PLAN way ahead, of course.

  16. Billy…my preference is to mix up the sound in a worship service so you could go from screaming licks to simple soft strumming, taking people on a sonic journey that matches the spiritual journey.
    So, yes, only have done this when the “opportunity” has arisen, minus a couple planned times of acoustic only sets. I would rather PLAN way ahead, of course.

  17. Just happen to come across your blog….
    I love the Dad’s Rootbeer touch! Very creative.

    Gretchin

  18. Just happen to come across your blog….
    I love the Dad’s Rootbeer touch! Very creative.

    Gretchin

  19. Just happen to come across your blog….
    I love the Dad’s Rootbeer touch! Very creative.

    Gretchin

  20. Just happen to come across your blog….
    I love the Dad’s Rootbeer touch! Very creative.

    Gretchin

  21. Thanks for dropping in and commenting!
    When we passed these out, we told them they could drink them and grunt if something was good in the sermon.

    RK

  22. Thanks for dropping in and commenting!
    When we passed these out, we told them they could drink them and grunt if something was good in the sermon.

    RK

  23. Thanks for dropping in and commenting!
    When we passed these out, we told them they could drink them and grunt if something was good in the sermon.

    RK

  24. Thanks for dropping in and commenting!
    When we passed these out, we told them they could drink them and grunt if something was good in the sermon.

    RK

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