Worship in the Modern World

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Sunday Setlist: May 2, 2010

This week, we celebrated the confirmation of 6 students at Journey (for those not familiar with confirmation, join me on a brief tangent: there are basically two ways that churches do Baptism (I can hear it now: “But I thought this was confirmation?!” – Hang on – it’ll all make sense). One way is to dedicate the baby, saying that you’ll raise it to know Jesus and be raised in a Christian home. When the individual is old enough – usually early teens – they choose to be baptized as a symbol of their relationship with Christ.  The other way is to Baptize the baby, committing to raise it to know Jesus and in a Christian home. Then, when they’re in their teens, they profess their faith in a rite known as Confirmation. Essentially they’re very similar, and neither one is right/wrong or better than another. End of tangent


The songs this week:

  • You’re Name is Holy, by Brian Doerksen (Skillet’s Arrangement)
  • Everyday, by Joel Houston
  • Desert Song, by Brooke Fraser (The first time we’ve done this one and we got a lot of comments on how much people liked the song – definitely a keeper!)
  • After the message: From the Inside Out, by Joel Houston (Seventh Day Slumber’s Arrangement)
  • Closing song: Not to Us, by Chris Tomlin

It was a great worship this morning, and a great chance to celebrate with our Confirmands. (The extra guests were great too and helped us set a new record for highest attendance!) It really went flawlessly – no tech glitches, no musical problems, our time was great – especially considering that we had some extra stuff in there for Confirmation, and LOTS of people – them makings of a GREAT morning of worship! Days like this remind me that Journey is blessed and I am privileged to work with a tremendous team! YOU GUYS ROCK!

Were you there this week? I’d love to hear your comments! Share them below.

This blog is part of the Sunday Setlists blog carnival at TheWorshipCommunity.com – stop over and see what happened at  other churches this week!

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