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Sunday Setlist – August 30, 2009

Sunday, August 30 at Journey.

We celebrated a baptism in the service and took this opportunity, on one more week between series, to look at what baptism is all about and why it matters.

The Service

All We Need (G), Charlie Hall

We Are Hungry (A), Jeff Deyo Version

More Love, More Power (D/Bm), Jeff Deyo Version

Following the message,

Mighty to Save (D), Hillsongs United

Closing Song

All to You (E), Lincoln Brewster

All the songs this week were ones that we’ve done many times before and are really solid songs for both the team and the congregation. All summer, we have worship services on Thursday evening (our usual rehearsal night) so we haven’t had real rehearsals all summer. We run through everything before the service, but we don’t have a couple hours set aside for serious rehearsing. To help make it possible, I didn’t introduce any new music in July and August, the months we have summer evening worship, so now I have a HUGE backlog of new songs that I can’t wait to start working in once we get back to rehearsals next week!

While you’re at it, check out what other churches did over at the Sunday Setlist blog carnival.

Were you at Journey this week? Share your thoughts!

2 thoughts on “Sunday Setlist – August 30, 2009

  1. Sometimes it’s nice to have a season where you do familiar “easy-to-do” songs. It gives everyone an opportunity to focus on the Lord without having to work hard at playing / singing the music. At the same time, we’re really blessed to have so much new music available. It would be awful to have to go back to the days when it was very, very, very hard to find!

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