St. Michaels Set List 9/22/07

September 22, 2007 — 4 Comments
 

Processional
Come thou Fount come thou King – C (Gateway Church)

Gloria
We Praise Your Name – D (Klamperts)

Praise
Bless His Name – A (Tony Sanchez)
Marvelous Light – A (Charlie Hall)
From the Inside Out – A (Joel Houston)
Blessed be Your Name – A (Matt Redman) Alternate song for <From the Inside Out>

Gospel
Word of God Speak- G (Millard)

Offering
More of You – C#m (Klampert)

Sanctus
Holy – C (Brenton Brown)

Mystery of Faith
Mystery of Faith 1 – Dm (Klampert)

Communion
Lead me To the Cross – D (Brooke Fraser)
Heart of Worship – D (Matt Redman)

Recessional
My Redeemer Lives – E (Reuben Morgan)

Joel Klampert

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4 responses to St. Michaels Set List 9/22/07

  1. How long are your services?

    How long are your practices?

  2. Don’t you love “Come Thou Fount, Come Thou King”? I think it’s one of the best hymn re-works out there.

  3. Church of the Holy Spirit
    Stephens City, VA

    Pre-processional:
    I’m Trading My Sorrows – Darrell Evans

    Processional:
    Holy God, We Praise Thy Name – Ignaz Franz

    Gradual:
    Seek Ye First

    Praise:
    Jesus, Name Above All Names/Emmanuel
    Everything Cries Holy – Robin Mark
    O Give Thanks to the Lord – Mark Chopinsky

    Communion:
    Chant CD

    Blessing song:
    Seek Ye First

    Recessional:
    For All the Saints – William Huw

    As readers of this blog might know, I am no fan of 1970s Christian music. But the song “Seek Ye First” is a very comfortable song – it’s completely Scriptural, it’s not at all complex, and God really used it yesterday to help people worship. It’s not about me and my preferences, it’s about Him.

    The Mark and Chopinsky songs fit together very nicely to give an image of the praise around God’s throne. And the prayer time around the altar rail led to a great rendition of the spiritual warfare classic, “For All the Saints.”

    I wonder if anyone has ever come up with a suggested song list for an exorcism? I’d nominate “For All the Saints” and “A Mighty Fortress,” and probably “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence.”

  4. Chris; service is 1.5 hrs and practice is every other week for 2 hrs.

    Paul: I do love it. there is a great hymn rework on michael neals CD as well

    Darren: nice set. seek ye first..wow. welcome back. lol

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