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Sunday Setlist (27 March 2011)

March 31, 2011

Ok, so we’ve been a bit  delinquent in our blogging over the last couple months to say the least. Sorry about that. But I didn’t want to miss the chance to put up another Sunday Setlist post from this past Sunday. 

  • Opening Song: Your Grace Is Enough (Matt Maher) 
  • God of Wonders (Steve Hindalong & Marc Byrd) — We wanted to keep that same theme of God being the Wonder of the Universe; the Creator of every living thing and the lover our souls! So we transitioned with a same key piano/soft pad setting doing just really light and simple chord changes into the first verse and choruses of —
  • How Great Thou Art (Carl Bobert)
  • Jesus Paid It All (Kristan Stanfill)

After the message, there was a time of pledging talents and gifts. People had written down ways in which they’d like to serve and use the gifts God’s given them in service to His Church and laid them on the altar. Since the grace given us through the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus has been the ultimate gift that saves us, we closed with these next songs as people came forward to lay their commitments at His feet —

  • Amazing Grace (John Newton) — First verse that our team and the conbgregation sung in a really hushed but beautiful tone; transitioning into —
  • Grace Like Rain (Todd Agnew)

I think one of the things that I love most about leading worship and expressing my joy in Him through song is the ability that we have to take people on a journey using music as the medium. I’m so thankful that God’s given me the chance to use that gift for His kingdom. And as long as He’d have me do that…I’m in.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 2, 2011 2:51 pm

    good stuff – thanks for sharing your setlist. love the ending connecting the two grace songs together. well done.

    stay connected…


    • April 3, 2011 8:53 am

      Terry, thanks for the comment! What’s better is that you can sing the well known tune of Amazing Grace using the chords of Grace Like Rain. It has a very neat effect — I’d describe it as one of joy-filled anticipation. Thanks for dropping by!


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