Sunday Recap – August 8, 2010

We had a wonderful morning of worship here at Bethel today! I led worship in the Cafe Service, which is always a nice treat! Another highlight was when Zack, one of our younger worship leaders, led a couple of songs on his own, which was the first time for him. He did a great job! We also had the worship choir join us today! We are just starting to go through a series on our new Discipleship Process that we’ve been working on for a few years! It feels very good to actually put this into motion. Today we focused on how we can “Connect” with God through worship and connect with others.

Part of the message included a video testimony from Brenda, one of the singers on our worship team, about how she can connect with God through worship. Watch her video below – she did a great job!

Here’s the setlists for our four services. We have a Cafe Connection service, which is a casual contemporary service with a live worship team, and the message live via video; a Traditional service; and then two Contemporary Services.

Cafe Connection

“For All You’ve Done” (Reuben Morgan)

“Enough” (Chris Tomlin and Louie Giglio)
“Sweetly Broken” (Jeremy Riddle)
Zack Burtness, one of our newest worship leaders, chose and led these songs this morning. It was his first time choosing, arranging, planning transitions and leading the songs in our service. He did a great job! Way to go, Zack!

“Hallelujah (Your Love Is Amazing)” (Brenton Brown)

Here’s the Planning Center details for this service.

Contemporary Services

“Say So” (Israel Houghton and Michael Gungor)
– We followed Michael Gungor’s version of this song this morning off the “For You I Live” album by Resurrection Life Church.  Great CD!!

“You, You Are God” (Walker Beach)
– This is  one of our congregation’s favorite songs! They sing out on this one each time we do it. It’s a great song to open a service, and just a great song!

“God You Reign” (Lincoln Brewster and Mia Fieldes)

“Jesus Messiah” (Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves, Daniel Carson)

“You Never Let Go” (Matt Redman and Beth Redman)
– Always a great way to end our service! “Oh no, You never let go!”

Here’s the Planning Center details for this service.  You can also watch this service.

Traditional Service

“Immortal, Invisible”
“O For A Thousand Tongues to Sing”
“O To Be Like Thee”
“I Want To Be Like Jesus”
“O How I Love Jesus”
“Glory To His Name”

Since I was leading in the Cafe this morning, Randy led in the Traditional Service this morning. He did a great job leading the team. Thanks, Randy!

Here’s the Planning Center details for this service. You can also watch this service.

This recap has been part of the Sunday Setlists blog carnival at The Worship Community. Thanks for reading. I’d love to hear your comments.

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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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