We had a great morning of worship at Bethel today, even though it began with a scare. We’re still in our 30 day trial period with WorshipStream, a service we’re evaluating to host our livestream. So I came in to my office this morning at 6:00 a.m., and thought I would just check out the site to make sure it was working. Well, I get the dreaded Error 404 message – site not found. Scrambling, I sent an email to my rep at WorshipStream, and sent out a general tweet to @worshipstream, not sure what kind of response I would get, if any, in time for our first service at 8:00. Well, even though this is the second time this has happened in our 30 day trial so far, I do have to say that within a few minutes I received a tweet back from someone there saying they were working on it, and by 7:00 we were back in business. Would that have happened if I had a problem with our Livestream site? I don’t think so… So, the customer service has been great, so far!
We had a unique service this morning with two baby dedications. It happened to be our Youth Pastor and the Children’s Pastor, who each had a new baby within a couple days of each other! So, it was a bit less music this morning to accommodate that, but it all went well. It was an extra special day, too, because it’s my wife’s birthday today! Happy Birthday, Tina!
This post is part of the Sunday Setlist blog, at The Worship Community, where worship leaders share their setlists from today’s worship service.
“Today Is The Day” (Lincoln Brewster and Paul Baloche)
“Glorious One” (Steve Fee)
“From the Inside Out” (Joel Houston)
“A New Hallelujah” (Michel W. Smith and Paul Baloche)
You can watch the video of this service below, and also see the Planning Center details.
Adam led the team this morning, which was Adam on guitar, Zack on percussion vocals, Susan on vocals and Jake on mandolin! It was the first time we added the mandolin in this service and Jake did a great job!
“Unchanging” (Chris Tomlin)
“God of Wonders” (Marc B yrd and Steve Hingalong)
“To The Ends of the Earth” (Joel Houston and Marty Sampson)
You can see the Planning Center details for this service.
Rob led the team in here, with Janet on the piano (thanks for filling in, Jan!), and Darcy and Randy on vocals. Great job, guys!
“I Sing the Mighty Power of God”
“The Love of God”
“All That Thrills My Soul”