Sunday Recap – February 20, 2011

We had a wonderful morning of worship at Bethel, even though we had a bit of a surprise!  Our Sr. Pastor found out just this morning that the guest speaker planned for today was sick, so he had to pull out a message from last year. He did a great job! Also, a group from our worship ministry attended the Paul Baloche Leadworship Workshop in Minneapolis this  past weekend, so we came back energized and refreshed! This post is part of the Sunday Setlists area of The Worship Community.

Contemporary Service

Our stage arrangement has been the same for a while now, so I thought I would change things up a bit. I moved the drums from the back corner to the back middle, moved the bass and 2nd keyboard around, and just shifted some things. It wasn’t a huge change, but it made a big difference today, I thought! The only downside, we found out today, was that with the spotlights on, there was a big glare coming from the drum shield, which is not directly behind the pulpit. Our songs were planned to fit in with our guest speaker’s message today, so they really had nothing to do with the message given today. But, as usual, God worked things out so the final song followed up the message perfectly! You can see the video and the Planning Center details for this service.

“Majestic” (Lincoln Brewster)

“Cannons” (Phil Wickham)

“God You Reign” (Lincoln Brewster and Mia Fieldes)

“Indescribable” (Laura Story)

Cafe Connection

I led from the keyboard in this service with two additional singers and the bass guitar.  You can see the Planning  Center details for this service.

“Majestic” (Lincoln Brewster)

“Fairest” (Glenn Packiam)

“God You Reign” (Lincoln Brewster and Mia Fieldes)

“Indescribable” (Laura Story)

Traditional Service

Thanks to the whole team who led in the Traditional Service today, since I was leading in the Cafe. You can  see the Planning Center details.

“I Will Sing the Wondrous Story”
“The Solid Rock”
“Abide With Me”
“Jesus Saves”
“Send the Light”

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