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Sunday SetList (June 6, 2010)

June 7, 2010

This Sunday I got to enjoy worshipping from the seats, next to my wife and our great friends Gary and Cathie  John. I think any of our worship team would say that it’s so refreshing to be able to have a chance to worship from the chairs or the pews from time to time. It’s needed. I know that it fills my cup; restores me in different ways than leading worship or playing with the praise band does. That said — great job on Sunday to the entire worship team! We love you guys! 

In my last Sunday Setlist post I mentioned our addition of a percussion instrument called a Cajon. Once again, it sounded great and despite not having an entire drum kit carrying the songs, that little percussion instrument really provides a great backbone to the band!

So the 10:30 service looked like this:

  1. Opening Song – Days of Elijah (Robin Mark)
  2. Blessed be Your Name (Matt Redman)
  3. Come to the River of Life (Don Moen)
  4. All Who are Thirsty (Brenton Brown, Glenn Robertson)

The last song was done w/ a great reprise of Come to the River of Life and then back into a really nicely constructed final chorus of All Who are Thirsty. Well done! I’m so blessed by our worship team! Don’t forget to check out more Sunday Setlists by some other amazing worship teams at The Worship Community!

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. inspiringworship permalink
    June 7, 2010 10:51 am

    A few great classic songs!! I agree, it’s nice to sit back once in a while and worship from the seats!

    • June 7, 2010 10:59 am

      Absolutely! Love me some classic tunes! A great day all around since we followed up the service w/ a great church picnic down at a local campground. Thanks for dropping by our humble little blog. Look forward to chatting with you more!

      -Joel

      • inspiringworship permalink
        June 7, 2010 11:07 am

        I love hearing what others are doing!

  2. June 7, 2010 10:53 pm

    Any set list with Days of Elijah is a good one 😀

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