Sunday, April 26, 2009

weekend report

Well, what else would we start with except...

Instrumental: Sweet Home Alabama


Worship: Rescue

Worship: Holy Is The Lord original by Chris Draper

Praise: Love The Lord

Praise: For All You've Done

Special Music: Talk About It Nicole C. Mullin This song done by our Senior pastor's wife, Michelle Armstrong and Beth Minnear really got the crowd excited! The phrases in the middle of the song "I am not ashamed", over and over really drew a 'hand raising' response from the crowd. The thing I loved about it the most was the creativity one of our worship leaders, Milo, came up with. He placed electric drums in front of the regular set, and used it only for this song and man the contrast of the sound when that special began was brilliant! Loved it! Great idea, I love my team!

Message: Be Sure! Pt. 2

Along the way we had fun celebrating Steve, our Media Coordinators birthday and teasing the sax guy about packing up to leave following the first service. He got confused and thought it was time to go! Good thing Pastor Tim and I were standing at the front doors greeting people! It's going to be a long time before he lives that one down!

To see what other ministries used in their set list go to Fred McKinnon's site, click here.

To watch this service on the web, go to


Anonymous said...

Sounds like a great Sunday. Thanks for sharing with us. Rescue absolutely flopped with us. The WL who brought it wasn't very talented, so maybe we need to erase the memory and tackle it again.

Lori Biddle said...

We have a once a month, four team rotation and we found a good guy/gal vocal combo on one of our teams that seem to handle it best.

It work best for us at the beginning or toward the end of a package, probably not at the highest point of the P & W.

jendakerr said...

That Mullin song would be really fun to do!
Plus, For All You've Done is one of my favorites, a good drummer is a must for that one!
Great worship run1

Anonymous said...

Sounds like another great week. I really like Rescue!