Sunday Recap – May 22, 2011

We had a great day today, although it was nothing like a regular Sunday! I spent a few days this week in Kansas City for the All About Worship Retreat. It was a wonderful! (But that’s for another blog post…) Since I was gone this week, I had other people scheduled to lead the teams this morning, so I was able to just make sure things ran smoothly off stage. For the last service, I actually was able to sit with my family and worship together, which is a rare thing! This  post is part of the Sunday Setlist at The Worship Community.

Contemporary Services

Marv led the team in these services, and the whole team did a great job!  We had a guest speaker today talking about how God in creation, and how creation glorifies God, based on Psalm 19.  You can watch the video of this service and also see the Planning Center details.

“Majestic” (Lincoln Brewster) 

“Cannons” (Phil Wickham)
– A great song that tied right into our theme. One of my favorites right now.

“I Will Follow You” (Chris Tomlin)

“Indescribable” (Laura Story)


Cafe Connection Service

Zack led the team in here today, along with a great team! You can see the Planning Center details for this service.

“Cannons” (Phil Wickham)

“Give Us Clean Hands” (Charlie Hall)

“Majestic” (Lincoln Brewster)

Traditional Service

Rob led the team, and did a great job preparing the transitions and leading the others. It was great to have Dee back with us, too! You can watch the video of this service and see the Planning Center details.

“Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing”

“Praise the Lord, Ye Heavens  Adore Him”

“This Is My Father’s World”

“Fairest Lord Jesus’

“I Sing the Mighty Power of God”

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