Worship Set List: New backdrop tributing a 70s Christmas, an old song refreshed, and Spirt-led momements

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SquaresThis weekend at Sunridge we put together a new stage look that reminds me of a 70s Christmas.  The snapshot from my phone only give you a feel for the look of it, which comes across nice on video. (Next week, hopefully we will have video).  Our pastor, Greg, spoke on chapter 7 of Romans giving us an excellent description of process sanctification.  Check out the sermon here.  I wished I could have video or audio of the re-working of the song "Spirit of the Living God…fall afresh on me…"  It was a nice end cap to the service.

Our worship songs had a theme of God’s beauty, majesty and I think we had a couple moments of Spirit-led time with Ben on "Amazing Grace/My Chains Are Gone" even though he was hard on himself for not quite getting the key right–but his desire to be led and supposed "mistake" was a moment that people really connected to God in.  (Thanks, Ben.)  Here are the songs (with links to versions on iTunes):

How was our worship weekend?

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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.

24 comments

  1. Worship this weekend went well. We had a small group but otherwise things were coordinated well. There was one technical glitch, but people were understanding.

  2. Worship this weekend went well. We had a small group but otherwise things were coordinated well. There was one technical glitch, but people were understanding.

  3. Worship this weekend went well. We had a small group but otherwise things were coordinated well. There was one technical glitch, but people were understanding.

  4. Worship this weekend went well. We had a small group but otherwise things were coordinated well. There was one technical glitch, but people were understanding.

  5. We planned the song “Amazing Grace” but Ben simply started singing earlier than we planned. He sang it in “C” when “F” was the planned key. We moved to “F” through creative chord structuring;-)

  6. We planned the song “Amazing Grace” but Ben simply started singing earlier than we planned. He sang it in “C” when “F” was the planned key. We moved to “F” through creative chord structuring;-)

  7. We planned the song “Amazing Grace” but Ben simply started singing earlier than we planned. He sang it in “C” when “F” was the planned key. We moved to “F” through creative chord structuring;-)

  8. We planned the song “Amazing Grace” but Ben simply started singing earlier than we planned. He sang it in “C” when “F” was the planned key. We moved to “F” through creative chord structuring;-)

  9. I never even noticed the key issue. I love hearing Ben sing when he’s all passionate like that.
    The whole worship service was really great!

  10. I never even noticed the key issue. I love hearing Ben sing when he’s all passionate like that.
    The whole worship service was really great!

  11. I never even noticed the key issue. I love hearing Ben sing when he’s all passionate like that.
    The whole worship service was really great!

  12. I never even noticed the key issue. I love hearing Ben sing when he’s all passionate like that.
    The whole worship service was really great!

  13. wood, paint, and stryofoam…oh, and gobs of gaffers tape…I will post the full versions with the wreath and christmas lights before we take it down.

  14. wood, paint, and stryofoam…oh, and gobs of gaffers tape…I will post the full versions with the wreath and christmas lights before we take it down.

  15. wood, paint, and stryofoam…oh, and gobs of gaffers tape…I will post the full versions with the wreath and christmas lights before we take it down.

  16. wood, paint, and stryofoam…oh, and gobs of gaffers tape…I will post the full versions with the wreath and christmas lights before we take it down.

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