Please share your weekly (or bi-weekly!) set lists here - thanks!

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It never fails that we change up the setlist a little every week. Usually because of the pastor's message, or because God puts a song on someone's heart. I've even completely tossed a setlist out and arranged something else because I felt lead. In many cases, the setlist is more of an outline until the week of, but I like to stay ahead of myself. lol
I like the idea of opening with a cover song! Great list.
Sunday, January 24 was the VERY FIRST CONTEMPORARY SERVICE at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Venice, FL!! What had been a whisper in the hearts of many for years became a reality! God truly blessed...we were expecting about 65-75, and He blessed us with 178!! The congregation is very traditional and, like most of Florida, primarily the older retired generation. But with the leadership of our Pastor, they have reached out to begin a TLC Contemporary Worship. Many of our Praise Team don't have a contemporary music background, and we will be "blending" for a while as we bring people slowly into contemporary music. Pray for our new ministry!
Here's the setlist for our first Sunday:

1st Set (before worship): Cry of My Heart
Show Me Your Ways
My Redeemer Lives
Opening Set: Friend of God
God Is Good All the Time
How Great is Our God/How Great Thou Art
Offering: Glory to God Forever
Before Sermon: You Are Awesome in THis Place
Closing: Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)
Out The Door (OTD): Friend of God
_ _ _ _ _ _ _

Jan. 31: Glory to God Forever
Step By Step
I Have Decided to Follow Jesus (really rocked with a calypso beat!!)
Offering: Just A Closer Walk With Thee (jazz combo set)
Before Sermon: Sanctuary
Closing: Show Me Your Ways
OTD: Rise Up and Praise Him
_ _ _ _ _ _ _

Feb. 7 Blessed Be Your Name
Glory To God Forever (last week for this--we've been teaching it to the congregation)
Blessed Assurance (rockin' with a jazz style!)

Offering: Praise Handbells: Jesus Medley: Jesus Name Above All Names and Open My Eyes, Lord
Before Sermon: (we'll sing with the handbells): Jesus Name Above All Names and Open My Eyes, Lord
Closing: Forever
OTD: Blessed Be Your Name (reprise)
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

And any suggestions/comments for beginning our new service would be most appreciated!
Sharon Sutherland
TrinityPresMusic@aol.com
Hi Sharon! I think this is so great!!! I sincerely pray for your congregation to worship freely with you this coming month. To "sing a new song" is absolutely biblical! You should check-out an artist named Robin Mark. He has written and has covered many, many great, spirit-filled songs that fit in great regardless of whom the congregation consists. Check-out: Revival in Belfast, Revival II, Come Heal This Land, East of the River, Year of Grace, The Mandate I & 2, The Mandate (Experiencing God) and The Mandate (Living the Adventure). I promise you... you will not be disappointed. God Bless, -Ben
Congratulations on what looks like a great start Sharon. I have found that Gateway Worship out of Dallas has several songs that might work well for a fairly traditional congregation. We use their arrangements of Come Thou Fount, Come Thou King and New Doxology quite often and Revelation Song is probably our congregation's favorite song. Victory Music out of Oklahoma City has a song that is a take off of Holy, Holy, Holy called "Universe Bows" that works well with a fairly traditional congregation. We are getting ready to introduce Casting Crowns arrangement of "Glorious Day" on Easter. It would be a great song for a congregation in transition.

I will pray for you, your team and your congregation as you make this transition that God will bless you and that you will encounter Him in a mighty way during your worship.
Feb. 7:

Break The Silence

Name Of Jesus

How He Loves

Running With Your Grace

Hymn - He Is So Precious To Me
Feb 7th am

Taste and see (C)
Dancing Generation (D)
Good to me (D)
It is you (D)
Take all of me (A)
The Stand, well, just the chorus (A)

Interesting to see the average amount of songs, how strict/open are your churches on timings etc? we're fairly relaxed but quite a small church (150 or so).
Feb. 7
Sing to the King (C)
All Because of Jesus (C)
Everlasting God (C)
More Of You Lord (F)
Take Me In F(Dm)
You Are High and Lifted Up F
Theme- A Journey Through James: Don't Stop Believin'

February 7- James 1:9-11
You Deserve - Hillsong
I Will Boast - Paul Baloche
Micah 6:8 - Charlie Hall
At Your Feet - Casting Crowns (Praise Team Special during offering)
Until the Whole World Hears - Casting Crowns

February 14- James 1:12-18
All Because of Jesus - Steve Fee
Beautiful One - Jeremy Camp
At Your Feet - Casting Crowns (New song we're teaching our congregation)
From the Inside Out - Hillsong
Lead Me to the Cross - Brooke Fraser (Praise Team Special during Offering)

February 21- Guest Worship Band for our In-House Retreat

Theme- A Journey Through James: Open Arms

February 28- James 1:19-27, 2:1-13
I'm Not Ashamed - Hillsong
Awesome is the Lord Most High- Chris Tomlin
At Your Feet - Casting Crowns
Mighty to Save - Laura Story Arrangement
February 7

I Was Glad When They Said (F) (J. Proppe)

Pass It On (G) (T. Walker)
Here Is Our King (G) (Crowder)
You Alone Can Rescue (B) (Redman)
I Will Not Be Shaken (C) (T. Walker)

Once Again (D ) (Redman)
February 14

Our God Saves - Baloche
King of Majesty - Marty Sampson
Everlasting God - Brenton Brown
Open Up the Sky - Deluge Band
In the Secret - Andy Park
Rick Christy at Westend CRC in Grand Rapids, Michigan
February 28
Feed the Fire --Dwight Beale
The First Place --Matt Westerholm
Fairest Lord Jesus --Christy Nockels
Refiner's Fire
Revelation Song -- Gateway Worship
One Pure and Holy Passion --Mark Altrogge (passion)
We are Called to Be God's People
The Church's One Foundation
Shout to the North

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