Palm Sunday Set List April 1st

March 31, 2007 — 12 Comments
Palm Sunday Set List April 1st | Klampert

Any other worship leaders CEC or non leave your setlist in the comments.

addendum:  check the comments for how service went and other set lists from worship leaders

Processional

  • A – Hosanna – The Bishops Mass – christ the king CEC

Praise

  • G Here is Our King _Crowder
  • G Your Grace is enough – Tomlin
  • G Hallelujah Love Song – Klampert/Hanlon/Reynolds
  • A Never Let Go – Redman
  • A All We Need – Hall

Gospel

  • E Open The Eyes – Baloche

Offering
Special Dance

Sanctus

  • C Holy Holy Holy – Knott

Communion

  • G How Great is Our God – Tomlin
  • G Your Love oh Lord – Third Day

Recessional

  • Em David Danced – Unknown / Salvador Version

I will have the rest of holy week up shortly.
And as always please post your set lists in the comments… thanks

Also every week on monday or tuesday check out our sermon for that week

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12 responses to Palm Sunday Set List April 1st

  1. Palm Sunday song set:

    Processional 1:

    Hosanna in the Highest – Carl Tuttle (not sure what key, as one of the guitarists played it, not me)

    Processional 2:

    Bb – All Glory, Laud and Honor – Theodulph of Orleans (Neale)

    Praise:

    D – At the Name of Jesus – Noel
    C – Be Unto Your Name – Lynn DeShazo, Gary Sadler

    Gradual:

    G – Amazing Grace

    Communion:

    C – O Sacred Head, Now Wounded

    No recessional; as it was Palm Sunday, all clergy recessed in silence.

    The tune for “All Glory, Laud and Honor” can be heard at:
    http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/g/aglahonr.htm

    Unfortunately, I don’t know who wrote the tune we use for “At the Name of Jesus.” It’s not one of the standard ones I grew up singing, which makes me believe it’s a more modern one.

  2. Update on Palm sunday…It went really well with the new hosana from Christ the king CEC in the south.

    It was an upbeat rejoicing sunday of course.

    This was our first week singing the sanctus. it was a version from an early 90′s alternative worship CD from michael knott. He was the mastermind behind LSU band.

    David danced of course a requested crowd favorite….we mix a little salvador with a lot of doobie brothers on that one.

  3. Okay, I tried posting this earlier, but apparently something went wrong with it.

    Processional 1 (while parading around the parish hall with palm branches):

    Hosanna – Carl Tuttle

    Processional 2 (entering the nave):

    Bb – All Glory, Laud and Honor – Theoldolph of Orleans

    Gradual:

    G – Amazing Grace – Newton

    Praise:

    D – At the Name of Jesus – Noel
    C – Be Unto Your Name – Lynn DeShazo, Gary Sadler

    Communion:

    C – O Sacred Head, Now Wounded – Bernard of Clairvaux/J.S. Bach

    No recessional; as it was Palm Sunday, clergy recessed in silence.

    The music for “All Glory, Laud and Honor” can be found at http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/g/aglahonr.htm.

    I’m not sure where the music we used for “At the Name of Jesus” comes from. It’s a modern setting, not one of the traditional hymn tunes.

    Dn. Darren

  4. Darren…thanks again

    hosanna – tuttle where can I get that?

    nice on the all glory laud…great hymn

    and of cource amazing grace

    Interesting choice on O sacred head now wounded. We are doing that for good friday… why did you choose that for palm sunday?

    I have never seen the clergy recess in silence for palm sunday not in RI or even in the cathedral church in NY. is this something your church normally for palm sunday?

    nice list…Take care

  5. Tuttle’s song is CCLI 21545. It’s from the early 1980s, I believe. Very singable, and very easy chords, which is helpful when the guitarist is processing along with the congregation. I remember singing it in Christian school during the late 1980s.

    A clip of it is here:
    http://www.vineyardmusic.com/usa/scripts/prodView.asp?idProduct=308

    “O Sacred Head” was chosen because of the gospel reading, Luke 23:1-49, the crucifixion story. We’re only doing one song on Good Friday, and since the service involves veneration of the cross, we chose “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” by Isaac Watts.

    In regards to the recessional in silence, I believe this is a Catholic/Anglican tradition, due to the “schizophrenic” nature of the Palm Sunday liturgy (my priest’s word). It starts off rejoicing and ends up on Calvary. See, e.g.,
    http://www.crossroadsinitiative.com/library_article/913/Palm_Sunday___Passion_Sunday.html

    http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/leaflet.html

    http://amywelborn.typepad.com/openbook/2005/03/though_he_was_i.html

    Thanks for your feedback!

  6. I am having difficulty posting comments. I’ve tried posting an answer to you 5 times, and it hasn’t worked yet.

  7. Darren…for some reason the system said you were spam…your not anymore….
    If you post and it doesnt go through…wait a day…and ill fish it out…if in a day still not there repost..

    thanks for putting up all of the resources…I will look at those today

  8. Ok I just checked out the hosanna and oh man of course I know that one…Ive done it…just didnt put the tuttle word together with that. ha ha

  9. Palm Sunday Set

    Open
    –Hosanna (G)

    Worship Set
    –Blessed Be Your Name(A)
    –Unfailing Love(G)
    –Take My Life (Underwood)(G)
    –Holy, Holy, Holy(D)

    Closing
    –Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing(D)

  10. hey jon…nice list .
    unfailing love?

  11. Unfailing Love is by Chris Tomlin, Cary Pierce and Ed Cash
    CCLI Song Number 4403227
    You can also find it on Song Discovery #47 Song #10.

    It’s a great worshipful song with a simple sound. A little funny on the timing, but very singable still. It’s originally written in Ab, but G is easier to sing.

  12. ah that one…ok…thats a good one…and everything tomlin does is better 2 keys lower

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