May 20th Set List

May 19, 2007 — 17 Comments

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: this weeks service was fantastic. There are some interesting things going on in the church and the spirit was a thick one this week. It needed some major breakthrough. Sr in Cecond week with the new gloria and it went great. Also second week with everlasting God…Man is that song contagious. I’m doing it the medium speed of brenton brown. We had some technical guitar problems and did another week of unplugged. The church has really latched on to never let go. The last song I decided to switch end we ended up doing majestic by lincoln brewster in C. I’m really looking forward to Pentecost. 

 

 

SUNDAY LITURGY: Season: Easter 7 Date: May 20th 2007

Subject: wiiWorship

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SONG KEY

Pre-Processional

Procession Hymn: Heaven Came Down Em

Opening Acclamation Collect for Purity / General Confession / Absolution

GLORIA

Worship in Song Gloria (we praise your name) C/E

Marvelous Light (Hall) G

We Bow Down (Klampert) G

Everlasting God (Brown) A

Never Let Go (Redman) A

Announcements

Possible Special ________________________________________ ____

MINISTRY OF THE WORD

OT Reading

Psalm

NT Reading

Gospel Procession Thy Word E

Gospel Reading

Sermon

Creed & Prayers

Offertory Great I am (Klampert) C

HOLY COMMUNION

Invocation

Sanctus Holy Holy (Knott) C

Epiclesis

Mystery of Faith ________________________________________ ____

Our Father

Distribution: Time To Worship (Klampert) E/C#m

Offering (Baloche) E

Post Communion

Prayer/ Blessing

Recessional: I Will Boast (Baloche) C

Joel Klampert

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17 responses to May 20th Set List

  1. Processional:
    Alleluia! Sing to Jesus – William Dix – F

    Praise:
    Jesus Shall Reign – Isaac Watts – D
    Our God is an Awesome God – Rich Mullins – Em
    He Is Exalted – Twila Paris – F
    Lord I Lift Your Name on High – G

    Communion:
    In Christ Alone – Brian Littrell – Bb
    My Faith Has Found a Resting Place – Lidie Edmunds – G

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

    Dix’s “Alleluia” is a great song to sing for Ascension Sunday, which we celebrated yesterday. It has an entire verse devoted to the subject, which is unusual; Ascension tends to be one of the lesser treated feast days musically.

    During the praise time, one of the priests prayed over all the young people while I played. Good thing I had a lot of music to choose from; I don’t do real well coming up with spontaneous filler.

    I’ve found that Communion is a good place to put gospel songs like “My Faith Has Found a Resting Place.” I really like them, but they don’t fit in either the praise time or the pro/recessional.

  2. In Christ Alone is Michael english…I like littrells version…
    I love that song….

    Nice set. I stopped doing both awesome god and lord i lift your name. Been a long time. lol

    by the way I will be recording the new gloria we unveiled last week for you soon

  3. I have mixed feelings about “Lord, I Lift Your Name on High.” It’s a good fast song, and people tend to like it. But the lyrics seriously tend toward the banal (“I’m so glad you’re in my life?” Please. I’m glad that I have a nice house; the word “glad” doesn’t quite do justice to our complete and utter dependence on God.) In addition, it’s a very “me” focused song (“See what I’m doing? I’m praising, I like praising, I’m glad”) rather than a God-focused song. The chorus, on the other hand, is a good description of the salvation story (although, come to think of it, I’m not sure about “You came from heaven to earth to show the way;” that seems to be a reiteration of Abelard’s Exemplary Theory of the atonement, which is disfavored). But I’ve seen God use it to bless people and help them to worship Him, which is what it’s all about, so I use it every couple months.

    “Awesome God” – with this one, we do only the chorus. I refuse to lead people in lyrics that describe God as “puttin’ on the ritz.”

    What version of “Heaven Came Down” did you do that put it in a minor key? I’m only familiar with the old gospel song.

    I’m looking forward to the Gloria!

  4. You mean God DIDN’T put on the ritz??!?!??!?????

  5. I’m curious… In the Catholic Liturgy, we often sing the Psalm, but I didn’t get a sense from your sets that you do that in the Episcopalian Liturgy. Just wondering since the order of services are so similar.

  6. Goofy: hey yeah roman is usually sung. we at least in some churches. Our liturgy isnt episcopalian because we arent. We arent apart of ECUSA. we just have the word in our name. lol.

    ok with that said currently we just read the psalm but I am going to be working on different Psalm songs from different artists and musicians. I’m pretty excited about even more music integration into the liturgy.

    thanks for dropping by. Im on your site all the time

  7. I’d love to do 7-8 songs sometimes… I’m lucky if i get time for 4.

    Speaking of “Lord I Lift” … i tend to sing “You came from heaven to earth, my dead toupee” … so yeah, i haven’t sang that one since the mid-90s.

    But it was one of the first songs I learned on guitar, so i guess i do have a soft spot for it.

  8. Wow I’ve never heard such a great argument why NOT to play “Lord I Lift Your Name on High.” That was awesome! I told my church when I was hired on that they were saying FAREWELL to Lord I Lift and Shout to the Lord! HAHAHA!

    We don’t have any Ritz Carlton’s down here so Awesome God never seemed culturally relevant to us 🙂

  9. Oh yeah my songs:
    All over the world – Matt Redman
    Awesome is the Lord – Chris Tomlin
    All Creatures of our God and King 2 – DC*B styled
    Mighty to Save – Hillsong
    Save me/I could sing of Your love forever – yeah that one might need to be explained

    Take it to the streets – Redman again

    This week’s Worship Confessional will be excitingly long. This was a great service and I was very pleased with it!

  10. conner mcloud…lol no ritz carltons. lol

    Nice set list…WHAT KEYS!

    i love awesome is the lord and all creatures

    save me?
    wow you did take it to the streets…sweet

    our band is scalled back for a while so it’s gonna be unplugged for a month or 2 so take it to the streets may be tough acoustic not to mention I ve like 40 songs we are working on weve never done…>THERE’s TOO MUCH GOOD MUSIC AHHH!!!

  11. I fully agree with the “too much good music,” Joel. I’ve got a list of 40 some songs that I’d like to add to the congregational repertoire, and that doesn’t even include much that’s been written in the last decade.

  12. Darren…it’s insane…I’m currently importing my 400+ CD’s into Itunes…and realizing there are like songs on every CD i want to do…AHH THE MADNESS

  13. klampert, I’ve got a bunch of Psalm songs that I’ve written – some even have spec recordings that I create so the guys in my band have an idea of how the songs should be performed. For the catholic Mass, music is required for the Psalm, using a call and response song layout; that is, the congregation sings the “refrain” while the a cantor or the band’s singers sing the “verses.” It’s a great way to engage the assembly!

    In any case, here’s a link to the music I’ve written for Mass: http://www.masshysteriaband.org/orgmusic.asp. If you find something you like, LMK (thedawg@goofydawg.net). If it doesn’t have a spec recording attached, I can whip one up pretty quick.

    For starters, one you might enjoy is Psalm 103: The Lord is Kind and Merciful. I’ve got a link to the spec for that one. My only rule for use is that you just cite me as the song’s author. I don’t have any licensing arrangements or fees – I just want to share my music.

    -GoofyDawg

  14. Oh wow man…what a great resource…I will check this out and get back to you soon…The other liturgical stuff is of great use too…THanks

  15. I’ve been meaning to get back to this blog, but life just gets busy sometimes… The invitation is still open! I welcome sharing my songs with folks.

    GoofyDawg

  16. Goofy I checked out the mass page…fantastic…how do I go about asking you for certain songs…lol I want everything.

  17. Just click and download any song you want, though if you want to know how a song goes that doesn’t have a spec, LMK via e-mail (thedawg@goofydawg.net), and I’ll do a quick spec recording for you – it’ll also make me put up the spec on the web page, which I haven’t taken the time I need to take. 🙂

    –GoofyDawg

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