Recap: This week we started a series of sermons called “Bounce: Life after impact.” Job’s life was examined in light of what times our church and community lives in today. I am looking forward to how this series plays itself out and how God in general is going to use the hard economic times to shape all of us. Set List: We focused the set of music on putting our source in the right place. “Be my source, me my light, Jesus.” Let It Rise – Holland Davis Awesome Is The Lord Most High – Cary Pierce, Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Jon Abel A Thousand Hallelujahs – Mark Roach You Pray For Me – Rich Kirkpatrick Be The Centre – Michael Frye How was your worship weekend? What moment did God speak to you? [more church set lists at Fred’s blog ]
Recap: Sunday was another great day, with Greg finishing up the teaching part of our series and calling us to give love away. SUNRIDGE IS CANCELLING SUNDAY CHURCH NEXT WEEK and meeting at various service projects around the valley. We hope at least 800 will participate and then gather together for a celebration at 6:00 PM that night, November 16. Set list: Our songs for this week formed another passionate time for us. Let God Arise – Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves A Thousand Hallelujahs – Mark Roach Everlasting God – Brenton Brown You Are My King – Billy Foote Love the Lord Your God – Lincoln Brewster Give Love Away – Travis Doucette Find more church worship setlists and recaps here!
Recap: Sunday at Sunridge was yet another week in our Give Love Away series. The connection between loving God and others was explained. Is loving God enough? One highlight Sunday was a report from the Nepal missions team. The team planted churches last year as well as this year. Over 100 people came to Christ since then with people hearing the name of “Jesus” for the first time. Set List: Our songs this weekend were meant to encourage our congregation to act in love. Here are the tunes. Today is the Day – Lincoln Brewster All to You – Lincoln Brewster, Reid McNulty The Greatest Gift – Rich Kirkpatrick Not To Us – Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves Awesome is the Lord Most High – Cary Pierce, Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Jon Abel What happened with you or your church in worship this past weekend? See other recaps from churches all over here.