April 15th 2007 Set List

April 15, 2007 — 13 Comments
April 15th 2007 Set List | Klampert

As always any worship leaders who read this blog please post your set list in the comments.
and check back to read my “worship confessional” on the service

Processional

  • D -All Creatures of our God and King (crowder arrangement)

Praise

  • E -Let the Praises Ring – Brewster
  • E -I’ve Found Jesus – Martin Smith Curious?
  • E Capo2 -Where would I be – Klampert/Hanlon
  • E -Better Is One Day – Redman
  • E -Open the Eyes of My Heart – Baloche

Offering

  • G -Nothing but the Blood – Redman

Sanctus

  • C Holy , Holy – Knott (LSU)

Communion

  • G -Invitation Fountain – Vineyard
  • G -How Great is Our God -Tomlin

Recessional

  • Fm – David Danced – Unknown (doobie brothers feel)

Service went real well. I really love invitation fountain and haven’t done it in a while. And better is one day was just great. I love that song.
Next week we will be introducing a new one from the new Vicky Beeching CD. that should be cool

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13 responses to April 15th 2007 Set List

  1. Nice list there snowdude

  2. We used the same processional as you, but the straight hymn arrangement.

    I like ending song sets with “Open the Eyes of my Heart” – it moves into the sermon well.

    Here’s our list.

    Processional:
    All Creatures of Our God and King – D – St. Francis of Assisi

    Praise:
    We Will Glorify – D – Twila Paris
    Majesty – Bb – Jack Hayford
    Celebrate Jesus – F – Moen, Don
    More Love, More Power – Gm – Del Hierro, Jude

    Communion:
    God and Man at Table are Sat Down – Em – Rev. R.J. Stamps

    Recessional:
    C – Rejoice, the Lord is King – Charles Wesley

    The communion hymn is a great one from the 1970s, but I found it difficult to find a copy. I think it’s on CCLI, though, and it’s definitely worth doing.

    I seriously questioned ending up the praise time with a minor song, since it’s Easter still. But it worked out very well; the Spirit definitely worked through it.

  3. Nice…I love all creatures.

    wow more love more poer…havent done that in forever.
    I’m ok with ending happy time priase section in a minor cus minor isn’t what it used to be. It has a different emotion to it now.
    I have a new song I cowrote in EM/G like more love usually is. I will try to record it soon I think you would like it.

    I will check out that communion song.

  4. wheres yours worship city and superman?

  5. Check the blog my man!

  6. Here’s mine…

    * Read a creed
    * Everlasting God – Chris Tomlin
    * All Creatures – Hymn
    * Holy Fire – Jon Shirley
    * There is a Redeemer – Hymn

    (thanks for the linkage)

  7. sorry it took so long man…thought I had already done it. ha ha

    I love there is a redeemer…and everlasting god from brenton brown rocks also.

    Funny thats 3 churches who did all creatures

  8. Wow, did I read that right? 11 songs? How do your people respond to that much music? I’ve been playing music most of my life, and that’s a lot of singing. How long does your service last?

  9. Robert…Thanks for checking out the site. I just looked at yours…Nice. I will be checking it often now and add you to the blogroll.

    Our sevice is about 1hour 45 min long.

    We do Modern worship in a liturgical setting. So we do a processional Where the pastor and deacons walk up to the front holding the cross and the word and thats usually a hymn or some form of song to express coming into the throneroom.

    After that we have our Priase section which is around 20-25 minutes.

    Then we have the daily bible readings and sermon..

    After we do prayers and creeds and offereing where we do one song.

    Then the culmination of the service. We do communion and do as many songs as it takes for communion to go. Depends on amount of people in service.

    And last we have a recessional…A service has ended song and lets go out praising his name.

    It seems like a lot of music but it is woven into the liturgy so it is very fluid. And the whole service is worshipful.

  10. It’s good to see that explained Klampert… wanted to know this myself but never asked.

  11. ha ha ha…no problem there snow dude. I’ll have a few posts on liturgical worship coming up soon..

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