Worship Confessional, March 8 2009

This post is part of Sunday Set Lists over on Fred McKinnon's site.

It was a better day than last Sunday--less people (because of time change) but more engagement. There were times I wanted to change or do something different-but I stuck with the plan. It's funny how time change affects attendance. You'd think the word would be out about time change, but it constantly catches people off guard and they just take the day off. Can't figure that one out.

Set List
Prepare Our Hearts (our continuing call to worship) Great song....

Are You Washed In The Blood--Hymn Charts (Great up tempo version in A--works well as an opener.

Everlasting God (PraiseCharts)--Key of A. I usually do this in Bb but kept it in A this week to go with the previous parts. In the first half it was a little low-but people seemed to be singing it.

Offertory Prayer

Scripture Reading==Reader's Theater style from THE VOICE (Ephesians 2:11-20)

There Is A Fountain --Hymn Charts-- great arr. in Bb. We sang last verse a little slower and this led into the Redman version of Nothing But the Blood.

Nothing But The Blood-Redman--such a great song. I realized this morning we've not sung this song in 2 years. I must be better at repeating good songs such as this.

Morning Message--Minister of Reconcilliation (Eph. 2:11-22)

Your Name (Baloche)

How was your Sunday?