Sunday Setlist SHCC 8-24-08

August 25, 2008 at 7:29 pm 2 comments

This post is part of the Sunday Setlist Carnival.

This was a great Sunday, but one that required a bit of scrambling. Last minute can’t make its by our bass and keyboard player. Oh well, God was still praised and our people had fun!! 

Our drummer started us with a driving kick drum feel as we all read scripture then into our singing. Here’s the layout:

  • Revelation 4:11
  • One and Only – Steve Sprecker
  • Take it All – Hillsong
  • Revelation 5:12
  • MIghty to Save
  • Revelation 5:9-10
  • communion
  • Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus – Helen Lemmel (just used the chorus, our drummer slid over the keys and gave us a lite vamping on the chord while we sang this)
  • Revelation 4:8b
  • We Fall Down – Tomlin
  • Saviour King – Hillsong
  • Message (Respecting God – Daniel 5)
  • Let the Praises Ring – Brewster


We were going to sing God He Riegns after the message but after hearing all the points of the pastor, Let the praises was a better fit. What was cool about changing the song is we didn’t have the music. I just passed a note to the band and we were able to pull it off. The is one of our ‘pocket songs’.


Entry filed under: Life.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Fred F. McKinnon  |  August 25, 2008 at 7:55 pm

    It’s good to have those “pocket songs” – I’d be willing to guess that they are familiar to the congregation as well … any song that the band can pull off w/o lyrics and chord charts is probably one the congregation will sing with gusto!

    Thanks for being a part of Sunday Setlists!
    For the Kingdom,
    Fred McKinnon

  • 2. sicstrings  |  August 25, 2008 at 8:01 pm

    You bet, pocket songs are great!! And yes, our people can sing this with their eyes closed. It’s a fun song for us, as we have incorporated hand motions during the chorus (I saw Lincoln Brewster do them at a worship conference).
    “I find my peace” – hands raised to show the “peace” sign,
    “I find my strength” – everyone makes “strong man” stances,
    “Live and move and breathe” – every sways around
    “lift up Holy hand” hands up and waving


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