Sunday Setlist #37

Even though I normally attend church on Saturday night, this worship re-cap is part of the Sunday Setlist Blog Carnival Extravaganza going on over at  Check out the other worship service re-caps from this week by clicking here.

Palm Sunday!  I missed church last night, because I did not get back from Georgia in time (down trying to get my jeep running again).  Also, we are on week two with sick children (flu/colds), so, today we are attending church via the internet campus again.

Call to Worship / Opening Set:

  1. All Because of Jesus (Fee)
  2. Forever (Tomlin)


Today, Pastor Geoff is continuing the “Found” series.  Today’s service is about “The Comeback”.  Based on the story of the prodigal son.  Don’t leave the game early…you might miss the comeback!

Closing Set:

  1. Surrender (Marc James)
  2. Always (Martin Chalk)
  3. Let the Praises Ring (Lincoln Brewster)

How was your weekend service?


7 thoughts on “Sunday Setlist #37

    • That is pretty much the standard format at Seacoast. It flows realy well to go straight from the message to a worship/response time. We also have open communion every service during this time (kinda like self serve) and then end it all with an upbeat praise song. I have found for me it realy gives God the opportunity to deal with me on things when needed. Often, it is easy to get distracted by rushing out to get the kids and food without letting God deal with you on something came up during the message.

  1. We usually have 4 songs pre-message and 1-2 songs after the message. I’m wondering if we could switch that dynamic around. I’ve never even heard Surrender or Always. Have to check ’em out on iTunes today!

    • “Surrender” is the title track off a Vineyard UK worship album that came out back around 2000. It is one of the best worship albums of the last decade in my opinion. “Always” is an original song written by the Martin Chalk who is the worship pastor here at Seacoast. He has an album coming out soon that will have that song on it. You can get his older (and his new album when it comes out) music here –>

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