Worship Confessional, August 1, 2010

This post is part of Sunday Set Lists over on The Worship Community Blog. It's where worship leaders from all over the U.S/Canada share their worship experiences weekly.

Today we heard Clayton Griggs as a prospective Sr. Pastor.  Clayton's desire was that today not be about him but about the greatness of our God.  We focused our services that way today.

We were combined in one service today and thus the music selection was a mix of hymns and choruses
Set List:
Video--We Are Here

O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing (Crowder)-today was the first day that we've ever done this arrangement.  I loved it because I felt that it was true to the original, yet fresh and accessible with the additional chorus and bridge.
O Worship The King (Chris Tomlin)-this hymn is one of our standards.  From the Passion Hymns project we like the reinvention of this hymn and it's additional chorus.
Scripture Reading (Hebrews 10:19-25)
Let The Worshippers Arise (Ferren)- this song is one of our favorites and we thought that it correctly summarized the scripture above.
Offertory Prayer
Glory To God Forever (Beeching/Fee)--third week for this song--and we thought it worked together well with the theme of the day.
How Great Is Our God (Chris Tomlin)--always a favorite
How Great Thou Art (Traditional)
Morning Message-Clayton Griggs (prospective Sr. Pastor)
Take My Life (Tomlin)
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