Sunday Setlist from 1/31/10

Our setlist this morning:

Opening Song: “Let the Praises Ring” (Troy Kennedy): We pulled this one out after a couple of years on the back shelf.  I had the congregation read Ps. 96:1-4 just before we started. I love this one as a service opener, and it worked great this morning.

Meet & Greet/Welcome/Announcements/Prayer

“Better Than Life” (Israel Houghton) – We had the sax with us today, and it just adds so much to the mix. It fit great on this song. I had the WT read from Ps. 63:2-4 before this one.

“From the Inside Out” (Joel Houston) – It was great to see people worshiping Him so freely on this song today!

Message from Genesis 4 – “Brother Against Brother”
After his first point, we did “The Heart of Worship”, to tie into his theme. We usually don’t sing during his message, but our pastor asked us to add that in this week. It worked great.

We had a special offering for Haiti this morning, so we started that segment of our service with a video our conference (Converge Worldwide) put together. You can find that video here

“God of Justice” (Tim Hughes) – This was a new song for us that we used during the Haiti offering. It seemed to fit so well as a call to action. Great song!

“God of this City” – We had planned to do this one during the service, but the service ran a bit long, we did it as people were leaving. I found a background showing an areal view of Haiti after the earthquake.

You can see the full Planning Center schedule here.

You can read about other services from today around the country at the Sunday Setlists page at The Worship Community here.

Thanks for checking in!. How did your service go?

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Barry Westman

Barry Westman is the Worship Pastor at Bethel Church in Janesville, WI. He is also the Editor In Chief and Event Manager at Worship Team Training and Worship Team Training University. He is married to Tina, and has 3 rapidly growing children. 

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