Recap: Mel Grams delivered a message today about mission and Missions. We were moved to go and send. Also, we had vision moments about our Children’s Ministry for the summer as well as an invitation to our Father’s Day event “Man Church” which is gonna prove to be loads of fun and impact. Set List: This week mission was a focus, obviously. Today Is The Day – Lincoln Brewster I Will Boast – Paul Baloche Our God Saves – Paul Baloche God of This City – Chris Tomlin God of Justice – Tim Hughes Links: Planning Center site’s worship flow for 5/31 Sunridge Worship Page Fred McKinnon’s list of set lists for this week from all over the word Sunridge Church VIMEO worship channel Share your worship weekend thoughts and experiences, please!
Recap: This past week we had an additional 7 people let us know they decided to follow Jesus! That makes about 30 people in two weeks–so cool! This week Greg talked about the myth that some have that God grades on a curve. Mike, took the week off, and it is a tribute to him that our band ran smoothly. When you lead well, you really CAN take a break, right? Cheers to Mike and of course the rest of our amazing worship and tech team that I get to serve each week. I love you guys! Set list: Songs from this week focused on God’s grace. God Is Alive – Steve Fee/Eddie Kirkland Your Grace Enough – Matt Maher Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) – Newton/Tomlin Jesus, Messiah – Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves Everlasting God – Brenton Brown Links: Our worship team web page www.sunridgeworship.org church site www.sunridgechurch.org production flow sheet Fred’s links to other church set lists How was your worship weekend?
RECAP: I enjoyed our Christmas tunes this week, and literally was out of breath singing “Gloria” (or “Angels We Have Heard on High”) by Mercy Me. Bart, their lead singer can sing high. But, at 8:30 AM it is quite breathtaking. When I did the welcome for the first service I had to pause and restart do to being light headed after singing over a minute of high notes! Merry Christmas. SET LIST: This set is all Christmas, but one tune from Mark Roach called “You Are.” I felt we needed a call to worship to focus us on the “hope of peace on earth” and “every questions answer” before we went into the Christmas set. You Are – Mark Roach Joy To The World (original arr.) Gloria – Mercy Me O Come All Ye Faithful – arr. Third Day The First Noel – traditional I Heard the Bells- arr. Mercy Me How was your Christmas worship service?