May 13th Set List

May 13, 2007 — 7 Comments
May 13th Set List | Klampert

This is the sheet I use when I put together my set list.

As always Worship leaders post your set lists or a link to where we can find your set list.

Worship Confessional: sadly in non video format

Well as you can see below we had an interesting lineup for worship. What you don’t see is today was stripped down. No drums, bass, 2nd guitar. It was just my acoustic, me and some backup vocals.  No let me first preface that I am constantly working towards a more convergence type of worship..Old meets new. If there ever was a time where we achieved that it was today. What an awesome service. The spirit in the house was contagious. It was a day to be in awe of Christ and the sermon really backed that up. we opened with a modern hymn from sovereign Grace Before throne of God above. I did a modified Matt Papa version…What a killer hymn.. I then jumped right into a little charlie hall to Redman and back to Hall. lol. Broke into chorus only of We exalt thee (oldie for sure) and then iinto Majesty.
You can see the set list below so I wont say it twice, but WOW God really moved in our hearts today. Oh christ be the center of our lives.

 

SUNDAY LITURGY: Season: Easter 6 Date: May 13th 2007

Subject: iWorship

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SONG KEY

Pre-Processional

Procession Hymn: Before the Throne of God Above D

Opening Acclamation Collect for Purity / General Confession / Absolution

GLORIA

Worship in Song

Gloria (we praise your name) C/E

All we need E

Let everything that has Breath E

The Center / We Exalt the chorus E

Majesty (here I am) A

Announcements

Possible Special ________________________________________ ____

MINISTRY OF THE WORD

OT Reading Joel 2:21-27

Psalm Psalm 67

NT Reading Revelation 19:1-9

Gospel Procession Open The Eyes of My Heart E

Gospel Reading John 13:31-35

Sermon

Creed & Prayers

Offertory
Everlasting God A

HOLY COMMUNION

Invocation

Sanctus Holy Holy (Knott) C

Epiclesis

Mystery of Faith ________________________________________ ____

Our Father

Distribution:
Above all else D
Once again D

Post Communion

Prayer/ Blessing

Recessional: Never Let Go A

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7 responses to May 13th Set List

  1. Dude, what an awesome set. I’m curious as to how you thought the acoustic stripped down band went. Did it happen on purpose? I mean would you do it again?
    I’ve done some crazy stuff before, we now have an infamous “Bluegrass Sunday” tradition, and have been kicking around something similar to a real stripped down “in-the-round” style worship.

  2. What was really cool was that I knew the name of the sermon, but thats all I knew. My dad didnt know what I was singing… we sang let everything and center and he preached with let everything verse and on making christ the center.
    THATS COOL!

    It was an awesome time of worship. I sometimes strip down just to change it up. and sometimes depending how practice went, like say if people were absent. This week I just decided with the sermon on worship lets take it back to basics.

    It worked great and I got to do a lot of percussive strumming to make it interesting. It was really cool on never let go.

    I do it every once in a while. Last time I stripped it down it was acoustic and hand drum only.

  3. Processional:
    D – Holy, Holy, Holy – Reginald Heber

    Gradual:
    F – More Precious Than Silver

    Praise:
    D – At the Name of Jesus
    A – Are You Washed in the Blood?
    E – Open the Eyes of My Heart, Lord

    Communion:
    Dm – Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

    Recessional:
    D – Crown Him With Many Crowns

    For “Are You Washed,” which is an old gospel hymn, we only sing the chorus, and then finish up with “Yes, I’m washed…” etc.

    I don’t particularly like the tune to “Open the Eyes of My Heart,” but the words and music work pretty effectively to end worship on a contemplative note, ready for the sermon.

    Last week, I ran a report from my music database, and found that the recessional “Crown Him With Many Crowns” was the song I’d used most over the last 6 months. Not too surprising; I really like it.

    Klampert, excellent processional! I love that song.

    Do you have a link to the recessional? I’m not familiar with it.

  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FWj7yqf6oM&mode=related&search=
    there ya go darren

    crown him with many crowns…so how many times have you done it?

    I do open the eyes with open E up on the neck with delay like a U2 style

    I love the processional also…I’m getting into these modern hymns quite a bit as of late. While i love the old and we do them these new ones are just fantastic.

  5. We’ve done “Crown Him” 6 times since I started keeping track in the database, which was mid-October.

    Have you checked out the modern hymns that Sovereign Grace puts out? http://www.sovereigngraceministries.org
    The lyrics are good, very meaty (although occasionally too Reformed), and the tunes are generally pretty good too. I’m going to be teaching about 5 of those to the congregation in the next year.

  6. I have….and indelible grace….I like them both…

    go get Matt Papas hymns CD…now thats awesome

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