Each month we share our worship set lists with other members by simply copying and pasting our lists below. Please join us in sharing your worship set lists for May 2010 here.
This is a valuable resource as it's a great way of getting new song ideas to include in our own set lists. Please feel free to include as much (or as little) detail as possible - i.e. song name, songwriter name (e.g. artists name), when the song was written, what key you play it in, how the song "went down" with your congregation, how you merged it with another song etc.
You can post worship set lists from your Sunday services as well as any mid-week, cell group/house group meetings.
May 2 is my first time leading at my new home church and there are 2 other newbies in the band. This is what we've decided on:
Salvation is Here(mix between Brewster and United version in A)
How Great is Our God (Tomlin in C)
Nothing But the Blood (Matt Redman in A)
Nothing But the Blood (hymn in E)
Majesty (Delirious? version but with more acoustic guitars in A)
Lead Me to the Cross (Planning on doing it with just acoustic guitar and solo voice)
I see a ? after Breathe. If it's the one that goes "This is the air I breathe...Your holy presence, living in me...etc" Marie Barnett originally wrote it and did it. Many others have followed and made it more popular.
You're welcome! I figured that was the case. None of this really mattered to me until I did the CCLI reporting cycle for our church recently. Now I find that it's important to give the author credit on this site as well as which version we may be 'mimicing' any given week. It also helps me look for new music. Finding out Marie originally wrote some of the songs I fell in love with years ago led me to look for more recent stuff she's done. Her newest (2009-Vineyard Music/Varietal Records) cd "Heaven Come Down" is fantastic!
I am 16, and I lead worship for our youth department, and we introduced "Our God" by Chris Tomlin ft. Christy Nockels a couple weeks ago! This ought to be the new anthem of God's church today! The song got such a great response! It reminds us of how our God is greater and stronger than anyone or anything, and that he is always with us, and not a thing can rise above or stand against us!
This Sunday, closing up the message on grace, we have:
Amazing Grace (My chains are gone)
Response: Grace (A song that I wrote a couple weeks ago)
Sunday May 2nd Anchor Baptist Church Kemah Texas
C Ancient Of Days
C That's Why We Praise Him
F He Is Exalted
F Because He Lives
F Give Us Clean Hands
D Isaiah 43
C To Know and Follow Hard