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slejhamer
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« on: March 29, 2010, 11:58:07 AM »

We got our Easter Sunday song list today:

Gathering songs:
Christ the Lord is Risen Today (traditional hymn)
My Redeemer Lives (Hillsong)

Pre-liturgy:
Majestic (Lincoln Brewster)

Pre-sermon:
Oh How He Loves You and Me (Kurt Kaiser)

Offering: 
Before the Throne (the awesome Shane and Shane arrangement.  I'll be on acoustic guitar for this one, just me accompanying two singers.  I'm really happy we're doing this as it was my suggestion to the worship leader.  This song blows me away every time I hear it ...)

Communion: 
Amazing Grace /My Chains Are Gone (Chris Tomlin)

Sending:
My Savior Lives (New Life Worship) - we won't have electric guitar this service, but we are arranging horns to do the lead riffs.  Should be fun!


What songs are you playing?

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Mitch
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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2010, 12:40:44 PM »

I don't know what songs we will be playing on Easter Sunday yet.

we played our Easter concert this past Saturday and Sunday. It was a pre-packaged set called "East to West, from one scarred hand to another"
The songs:

All Because of Jesus
Jesus, Messiah
Great is Your Glory
East to West
At the Cross
Jesu Cristo
By His Wounds with Nothing but the Blood
He is Lord
Happy Day
Hallelujah, We will Sing with Amazing Grace

there's some samples at this linkage:
http://www.wordmusic.com/item/080689430176
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mainsail
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« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2010, 07:49:57 PM »

Easter Sunrise: 6:30AM,
down by Mission Bay:
  Mighty to Save;
 Jesus Christ is Risen Today;
 Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble?
   Clay & Water")
Mighty to Save reprieve

9AM Service: Back in the Sanctuary:

  Mighty to Save;
 Jesus Christ is Risen Today;
 Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble?

The Offertory will be a piece written by one of our congregation called "Mary Magdalene" 
The event of Mary coming and finding the empty tomb.  And, finding that Christ had risen!

After the sermon,
Coming Back Alive,
After Benediction,
Mighty to Save reprieve
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