Sunday, June 14, 2009

Sunday set list 6.14.09

It has been a couple weeks since last we spoke friends. Here is my report from today.

We are in a series called "StoryTellers", and we are working through the parables. Today was the parable of the wedding feast. We used a video from the Free Hugs Campaign to illustrate the invitation to the party. This seSries really plays to strength of both Rick and Adam, in that they are both very comfortable with using stories in their sermons. After the service, I got to go out into the Atrium and hold a sign that said "Free Hugs". I got about 100 hugs. It was great. Being Italian, I will hug all day long.

Here is how it went...

"Forever"

Welcome and set up of the day

"Sing to the King"
"At the Cross"


Greet
Message with "Free Hugs" (see it here)
Prayer written by Mother Theresa
"Dear Lord, Help me spread your fragrance wherever I go. Flood my soul with your spirit & life. Penetrate me, possess my whole being so utterly all my life may only be a "radiance" of yours. Shine through me and be so in me that every soul I come in contact with may feel your presence in my soul. Let them look up and see no longer me, but only you, O Lord! Let me preach you without preaching, not by words, but by my example by the catching force, the sympathetic influence of what I do, the evident fullness of the love my heart bears to you. Amen." Mother Theresa

Announcements and Offering Prayer
"Healer" Kari Jobe version

Benediction

Later kids...

This post is part of the "Sunday Setlists" blog carnival over Fred's place. Click on the graphic to see what other worship leaders had to say about their Sundays.

4 comments:

ellen said...

oh, I'll have to check out the Kari Jobe version of Healer, I'd like to use that song sometime.

dorothy (vicar of vibe) said...

I love the "free hugs" movement. What a simple way to illustrate the message.
Please come and share it at creative fuZion lab this Thursday.
How is your God time going?

steff said...

Love the prayer! I haven't heard the Kari Jobe version of Healer yet. I'm going to have to check it out.

Lori Biddle said...

This series sounds really cool! I literally just sat down to create our next series built around our congregation's stories... got any hot tips that I could include along the story theme?

You setlist looks great too!