Sunday, September 6, 2009

weekend report

Great weekend - amazing worship package as well as great teaching by Deering Dyer our Small Group guy. A very timely teaching on anxiety!

Our Setlist:

Opening Special - Father, Spirit, Jesus Casting Crowns

Announcements: Presentation of flag flown over Afghanistan battle - presented to our church for sending care packages and cards and letter to our soldiers! Very Cool!

Worship: Here I Am To Worship - Passion
Worship: Draw Me Close To You - Kutless
Praise: From the Inside Out - Hillsong
Worship: Stay Amazed - Gateway

Our team rocked it as they seamlessly connected each song to the other. No long waiting for guitar or drum transition. No break in worship whatsoever- well planned and thought out by Milo - a great blessing indeed!

Teaching: Anxiety
Closing Special: Trust God - Rick Muchow

Please check out what other worship leaders used in their worship sets this weekend by going to Fred McKinnon's site.

Also, you can watch our service on Monday by going to www.crossroadswired.com

God Bless!

6 comments:

smalltownpastor said...

We are really working on our transitions. Very cool that your's worked out well this weekend. We're able to bridge a couple but difficult for more than 2 in a row.

David said...

Seemless worship sets are a wonderful thing!

I'll have to check the Kutless version of Draw Me Close - I'm only familiar with the Hillsong original.

dorothy (vicar of vibe) said...

Wow! love it...

Lori Biddle said...

We have great weeks and poor weeks, but when we really focus on them and musically connect everything - it leads so much more deeply into worship!

How big is your team? Do you have programming help? Or is it just up to the musicians/worship leaders?

Lori Biddle said...

David-

Do you plan the services for your ministry?

david said...

Lori, I am involved in much of it, but we don't have a central programming planning point. Also, we don't have a particularly highly structured meeting anyway, it's designed to allow lots of space if 'something' happens, but still flow if it's an off-week.

As music director, I plan, and liaise with our pastor, and mentor the music & sound teams (approx 35 people all up), and offer song-selection and programming guidance for the other worship leaders (there's 7 of us who lead from time to time).

Thus ends my essay :)

(PS...I've updated my google account, so this is still the same David...lol)