this post is part of the Sunday Setlists over at Fred McKinnon’s blog.
We had a great Sunday this week. It was the first week of our “TwoGatherings” where we move to one Traditional and one Contemporary service.
our stage had been cleared for a banquet and noone had told me so we got started a little late on rehearsal which meant i missed the first part of the traditional service. i did get to catch the choir special of Dona Nobis Pacem. it was very beautiful. i have to say here that it’s the second time in a week that i’ve sat in a pew and sang from a hymnal. i haven’t done that in about 13-14 years.
so onto our setlist. my female vocalist showed up with no voice, so it was just me and the band.
I Am Free-Jon Egan (Promise Keeper’s Version)–and boy did they ever sing the echo back. Awesome.
Song of Hope-Robbie Seay Band –i love this song. i still haven’t hit that falsetta note like i want to, but it will happen.
Mighty to Save-Hillsong –first time i’ve done this one with FUMC, but they knew it.
Your Love Never Fails-Chris McClarney–we did this one for offering again. i’ve got it slated for next week, but may drop the key to G for easier congregational singing.
Sermon-My Lord and My God
Come Ye Sinners-Robbie Seay Band–i love this setting, it’s so simple.
well there you have it. it was a good day.