Sunday Recap – February 26, 2012

Contemporary Services

This Sunday was definitely different than most Sundays at Bethel, as you can see from our shortened setlist.  We had a guest speaker join us today to speak about the topic of Creation vs. Evolution.  We’re actually having a seminar here that started last night and concludes tonight. It’s been very fascinating!  But, since he spoke for about 10 minutes longer than our normal message time, we had to make some changes in the service order, resulting in fewer songs.  It was still a great morning, with the theme of God’s creation. I’ve been waiting for just the right time to introduce “Beautiful Things” to our congregation, and this seemed to be the perfect time to use it! We followed the message on creation with this song. The lyrics fit perfectly, and it was great challenge for our worship team to work this one up. It’s not your typical worship song, that’s for sure! So much fun to do! You can watch the video of this service and see the Planning Center details.

If you are interested in watching the Creation Seminar held at our church Sunday and Monday night with Jay Seegert, from the Creation Education Center, you can watch it here.

Cafe Connection Service

Again, a shorter set list, but three great songs that Zack picked out this week, and everything seemed to go great! We had a new singer on the team this week, which was great! You can see the Planning Center details for this service.

Traditional Service

  • “Immortal, Invisible”
  • “How Great Thou Art”
  • “Love Lifted Me”
  • “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms”

This service went well too, and the team did a great job. We added a new singer in this service as well. You can see the video of this service and the Planning Center details.

This post is part of the Sunday Setlist blog carnival over at The Worship Community where worship leaders share setlists and service recaps from this past weekend. Hope you had a great time of worship with your church family!

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